GREENSBORO, NC—Greg Chabon regularly works with entrepreneurs to help them achieve their business dreams. On March 28, he shared some of his knowledge and experience with a group of aspiring entrepreneurs.

Chabon spoke on the “Legal Aspects of Starting a Business” to members of the Entrepreneurship Class at North Carolina A&T State University. Chabon was invited to speak to the class of 30 students by A&T Professor and Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Dr. Thaddeus McEwen.

Chabon’s presentation addressed such topics as:

  • Business name and registering the name;
  • Business licenses;
  • Structuring the business:
  • The responsibilities of an employer, including insurance, withholding taxes, and contracts.

Womble Bond Dickinson’s Greensboro office has long worked with A&T on tech transfer, intellectual property and entrepreneurial matters.

Greg Chabon provides counsel and advice to predominately privately-held businesses on a variety of transactional, corporate and commercial matters in supply chain management, healthcare transactions, and mergers/acquisitions. With his business and engineering background, his practice is focused on providing creative and efficient real-world solutions to clients’ business issues and opportunities.