Startups · Legal

Looking for a small business attorney with expertise in the food industry?

ritee rouf

August 7th, 2015

Hi,

Robert H Lee

August 7th, 2015

Hi

He used to work at a law firm that has food expertise, 
Keller and Heckman LLP

You may also be able to find a referral here:
http://localfoodlab.com

Eli Castellanoos Operations at MiChefs Network

August 7th, 2015

Not an attorney but interested in what you are doing in food industry

Damon Magnuski President at PeopleHedge Corp

August 7th, 2015

Stefano Caprara of Caprara Law.  He has clients in the food industry and has worked in that space (Some examples,restaurants, food products, food markets).

His info below:

Stefano G. Caprara, Esq.

CAPRARA LAW, PC
179 Great Road, Suite 212
Acton, MA  01720
617.999.9859
www.caprara-law.com

ritee rouf

August 7th, 2015

Thanks Robert

Paul Dowling Founder at Dreamstake

August 7th, 2015

That's a great point! People have the misguided view that startups need organising just because corporates do. And what happens with corporates? They lose the ability to innovate and lose out to startups. Startups are not an inferior version of corporates. It's the other way round:)) Sent from my iPhone

Robert H Lee

August 7th, 2015

What kind of advice do you need specifically. I am an attorney, though not in that space. I have also invested in food companies out of Stanford and Berkeley.

Eli Castellanoos Operations at MiChefs Network

August 7th, 2015

Interesting, should keep in touch.  Check out our start up intro video at www.michefsnetwork.com.  We are currently in development of our Phase I site.

ritee rouf

August 7th, 2015

Thanks @Robert. I am actually helping my friend launch her food business in the bay area with a focus on shipping fresh spice blends. Happy to make the introduction through email

ritee rouf

August 7th, 2015

Thanks Damon

Tim Parks VP of Growth at UpCounsel, Inc.

August 10th, 2015

There are a number of services now that are helping folks find and connect with an attorney that match their specific needs. One of those is upcounsel.com, (full disclosure I am the VP of Growth there). I'm not a lawyer, so don't want to recommend any one particular lawyer, but I can say that there are a number of food service companies that use upcounsel to find and work with attorneys in their location and industry. its free to post a job and get custom proposals that include pricing (fixed fee where possible or hourly rate where a bit less clear about the entire project) if anything I always love feedback on the product and service that we provide. good luck@