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BTLG 10/28/05 Seminar on Employer-Employee Liability


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Christopher Young to speak at Smart Start Workshop for New Entrepreneurs
Columbia, MD—October 28, 2005— Attorney Christopher Young of Business Technology Law Group, accountant Michelle Outerbridge of Berman Goldman & Ribakow, Rosa Scharf of Howard Bank, and Gerrie Bischoff of the Insurance Advisory Center are the featured presenters at the “Smart Start to Business Success” workshop on Nov. 9, 8:30-11:30 a.m.

The workshop sponsored by the Center for Business and Technology is designed for the first time entrepreneur who is exploring the possibilities of business start up and seeking basic information on legal, accounting, funding and business insurance issues.

Topics include choosing the legal entity, accounting and record-keeping, financing, insurance options and services available in Howard County.  The workshop will be held at the Center for Business and Technology Development, Thomas Dorsey Building, 9250 Bendix Road, North, Columbia. The fee is $39. To register, call 410-313-6550 or contact


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