Businesses big and small face legal risks. Running a small business doesn’t mean that you can ignore the legal risk implications of your business decisions. Targeted legal work can greatly reduce the risks your business faces from employees, clients, customers, vendors and third parties. Join us at our April virtual luncheon to learn about the five most important legal considerations for small businesses, including:
A little bit of legal can go a long way towards protecting your small business.
About Kelsey Shofner
Kelsey Shofner is a strategic business attorney for small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs. She has over seven years of business advising expertise and a proven track record of balancing legal and business priorities to facilitate purposeful growth. She’s passionate about helping small businesses set themselves up for success, helping them put a framework in place for avoiding mistakes, misunderstandings, costly disputes and litigation.
Kelsey earned her Juris Doctorate degree in 2013 from The University of Colorado Law School and her Bachelor of Science degree in Corporate Communication and a Business Foundation Certification, from The University of Texas at Austin in 2009. Prior to forming Shofner Consulting, PLLC, Kelsey was in-house counsel at a local company focusing on contract negotiation and HR advising.
When not working, Kelsey is chasing her two preschool-age daughters, baking bread, attempting to grow her own vegetables, doing yoga, and enjoying her wonderful Lake Highlands neighborhood. Kelsey is a member of Lake Highlands Junior Women's League, Highland Park United Methodist Church, Delta Gamma and Attorneys Serving the Community.