Are you starting or do you own a food business in the Bay Area? Are you looking to expand your business but don't know how? Want to make sure your business is operating legally?
Come to our upcoming Legal Eats workshop to get the scoop on the legal requirements for operating a food business in the Bay Area! RSVP below! The workshop provides food entrepreneurs with a simple overview of laws that regulate food businesses, from health and safety regulations to licensing and permitting to employment laws. The Sustainable Economies Law Center, in partnership with Berkeley Law School's Local Economies and Entrepreneurship Project, will present a series of short lectures on legal issues related to owning and operating a small food business in the Bay Area. After the presentation, resource experts will be available for breakout Q&A sessions.
Topics to be covered include:
- Entity Choice and Formation
- Permits/Licensing/Sales Regulations
- Employment Law
- Insurance & Liability
- And more!
Each participant will receive a copy of the Legal Eats Manual - a legal guide to creating a food justice enterprise.
5606 San Pablo Ave
Oakland, CA 94608
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