Clark Hill Attorney Joe Voss to Present at ArtServe Michigan’s Creative Many on April 22, 2014
Grand Rapids, MI
– Clark Hill attorney Joe Voss will present “Protecting Your Practice” at ArtServe Michigan’s Creative Many program on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids.
Protecting Your Practice will cover intellectual property, fair use and financial management for designers, artists and creative practitioners. Martin Kamenski of Rockstar CPA will join Voss for a discussion on taxes, financial management and legal protection for artists, including licensing, contracts, negotiation and entity formation.
ArtServe Michigan’s Creative Many is partnering with Kendall College of Art and Design for this event. ArtServe Michigan is the statewide nonprofit organization leading advocacy for the arts, culture, arts education and the transformative power of the creative industries in Michigan. Their Creative Many Professional Practice seminars, supported by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, empower individual artists and creative practitioners to take the next step in building sustainable professional creative practices.
Voss is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Corporate Practice Group. He provides general corporate representation to companies operating throughout the United States, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions, and contracting matters. Voss represents both borrowers and lenders in connection with the documentation and negotiation of secured lending deals, and has handled complex transactions involving syndicated credit facilities and specialized collateral issues throughout his career.
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