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Ask a Lawyer Anything

November 4 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

£10.00

Our lovely legal Agony Aunt, Lucy Gannon has heaps of experience working with creative businesses at all stages of development. From trademarking business names to getting ready for an exit, Lucy’s done it all and lived to tell about it. She’s also refreshingly human and understands that literally no one except other lawyers understand lawyers, so she’s perfectly placed to field pretty much anything you can throw at her.

Come ready to ask questions and get smart, clear answers.

Agenda

5:00pm   Arrival, check-in and grab a drink

5:30pm  Event starts, be ready to hop on the mic and fire off questions

6:30pm  Q&A session ends and mingling begins

7:00pm  Carriages

Who’s it for

  • Anyone with a creative business or idea who has a legal question and isn’t afraid to ask it in front of a room of peers.

Speaker

Lucy is a Partner at Blackadders Solicitors where she advises clients on a broad range of commercial and corporate matters, with a particular focus on the arts, fashion, digital content industries.  Lucy works with both talent and businesses within the media, creative and technology sectors, negotiating a range of commercial agreements and advising on the commercial exploitation and protection of intellectual property. Lucy also has experience in corporate agreements and general corporate and early-stage investment advisory work, which basically means she knows a lot about the legal side of businesses from setting up to selling off.

Additional Info

  • Enjoy a free drink with your ticket
  • Lucy is offering free 30 minute 1:1 session with anyone who attends the event. Details of how to book the session will be available on the night.

Tickets

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Details

Date:
November 4
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
£10.00
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Venue

SaltSpace
98 Saltmarket
Glasgow, G1 5BL United Kingdom
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Website:
www.saltspacecoop.co.uk

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