Jan 04,2022 | 2 min read

LexTalkStartups #FaceToFace on Startup Contracts

Lawyered presents 

webinar on Contracts for startups in Canada. The main objectives of the webinar is to help the young entrepreneurs and start-ups to understand the importance of contracts and we invite the speakers to share their professional opinion on the same. We are sure that the session helps the viewers in understanding about the agreements that are required for startups in Canada. 

About the Speakers: 

1. Advocate Shally Mallik - Lawyer | Founder of My Startup Lawyers Canada

She is a Barrister & Solicitor in Ontario, practising corporate and business law in Toronto. Her  venture, MyStartupLawyers, is a consultancy which aims to equip startup ventures with the right information in order to succeed, in a legal sense. She is a proud Board member of the International Counsel Forum (ICF), which is a grand network of counsel members in various industries across the world.

2. Advocate Shashwat Jindal - Director at Jindal Solicitors & Associates

Shashwat specializes in Corporate laws, Intellectual Property Right matters, Data Privacy and Protection, and Maritime Laws. He is multifaceted and conscientious. He is the Director of Jindal Solicitors and Associates. He believes that a lawyer should be able to provide excellent customized legal solutions taking a view of all legal inter-related provisions.



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