By David Li, bostonese.com
Cambridge, Mass., April 23, 2013, — Entrepreneurship has been a hot topic among Asian American students in the Greater Boston Areas over past few years. They may have great ideas for innovative products. But they sometimes face daunting challenges to transform their ideas into real products when they try to understand the legal issues related to starting a company.
On this Saturday, April 26, Harvard CSSA Venture Club and Asian American Association of Boston (AAAOB) will present Legal Issues of Business Formation in America lecture featuring Attorney Ye Edward Huang, who specializes in business law practice. You can RSVP at goo.gl/bQA3Ke to get the room number for the lecture.
The lecture will cover the following topics:
· How to form a business entity in Massachusetts and other states in America?
· How to choose the right entity for your business to maximize your tax benefits and provide protection from personal liability?
· Legal aspects of funding and running your business entity.
· The impact of the immigration status of the Directors and/or Officers of an US company.
· For profit v. Non Profit Corporations.
· Advantage and Disadvantage of registering your business entity in Delaware versus in Massachusetts
· International joint venture.
Attorney Ye Edward Huang has spent the past 15 years serving small and midsized companies in Boston area for their financial and/or legal service needs. He received his Bachelor of Art from Xiamen University where he majored in International Economic Cooperation. He received his Master of Science in International Business and Master of Business Administration degrees from Southern New Hampshire University. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Massachusetts School of Law. Attorney Huang is admitted in all courts in Massachusetts and U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts.
Attorney Huang (third from right) at 2014 AAAOB’s friendship party at Cambridge Innovation Center (photo by David Li).
The practice area of the law firm include: Corporate and Business Law, Estate Planning Law, Debt management and collection, Bankruptcy, Contracts, Non Profit Law, Commercial Leasing, Insurance Claims, Medical Malpractice, and Landlord-Tennant matters.
Harvard CSSA Venture Club is dedicated in preparing Harvard students and affiliates for a career in entrepreneurship. For those who have brilliant ideas and are ready to actualize such, Harvard CSSA Venture Club is the perfect platform where one can find access to extensive entrepreneurial resources and networking opportunities and, ultimately, kick-start his/her own business. It is our goal to spark innovation and idea exchange among the vibrant Harvard community.
Formed on July 1, 2010, Asian American Association of Boston is recognized as a U.S. Federal and Massachusetts nonprofit organization. As a center of friendship through networking and print media, AAAOB serves as an important tool for cultural and artistic exchange of information through members, between communities, various cultural institutions of Commerce, and Asian American ethnic communities. Through intercity, regional, as well as between China and the U.S. AAAOB provides a platform for communication, exchange, and cooperation and strives to achieve social harmony.