Law Offices of Arnold W. Winter




Arnold Winter Speaks at Chemical Consultants Network

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 11, 2004 – Attorneys Arnold Winter of Lipton, Weinberger & Husick, and Adam Garson of Ralph A. Jacobs & Associates, LLC, spoke today on “Legal Issues for Consultants” at the monthly meeting of the Chemical Consultants Network. 

Mr. Winter and Mr. Garson explained how the law can help independent consultants limit business risks, reduce the cost of doing business, and increase business opportunities.  Both speakers specifically stressed the possibility of using limited liability business structures and the need to pay attention to contractual issues in operating an independent consulting practice.

Mr. Winter and Mr. Garson spoke at the invitation of James Chan, Ph.D., of the Chemical Consultant Network's Steering Committee. Mr. Chan is also president of Asia Marketing and Management and author of Spare Room Tycoon.

Lipton, Weinberger & Husick is an intellectual property, technology, and business law firm based in the Philadelphia region.  Clients include individual entrepreneurs and professionals, start-up companies, early-stage ventures, small businesses, growth enterprises, and service providers.  Arnold Winter joined Lipton, Weinberger & Husick in 2002 after practicing law for several years at large Philadelphia law firms.

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