Through a partnership with the Shepard Broad College of Law and the Sharon and Mitchell W. Berger Entrepreneur Law Clinic has hosted the second annual Sharon and Mitchell W. Berger Entrepreneur Bootcamp.
This free program is designed to immerse entrepreneurs in the skills and disciplines needed to successfully launch a start-up business, with a focus on those companies built on intellectual property, design, and innovation.
Nearly 300 attendees participated live and on the streaming platform. The entire program is available throughout the year. The streamed sessions will be posted soon.
The topics included Ideation and Research; Business Planning; Financial Planning and Market Analysis; Patents and Patentability; Non-patent based Intellectual Property, including Trademarks, Trade Secrets, and Copyrights; Legal Issues for Start-Ups, including Business Legal Structures, Ownership Models, and Employment Structures; Business Funding and Finance: Angels, VCs, and Lenders; Risk and Process Management; and much more.
- Dean Jon M. Garon
- Clinic Director Steven Kass
- Leigh-Ann Buchanan, Executive Director of Venture Cafe Miami
- Sandy Michael McDonald, Director of Broward County Office of Economic Development
- Professor Donna Litman
- Professor Kate Webber Nuñez
- Professor Florence Shu-Acquaye
- Gerald J. Angeli, Founder and Managing Member of Stirling Operations
- Nancy Leve, Virtual Fundamentals
- Tangy Frederick, Founder of Creative Devs Software
- Aaron Caplan, Founder of Roomaters
- Scott Smiley, The Concept Law Group
- Katherine Koenig, Koenig IP Works, PLLC
- Amiad Raviv, Doona Co-Founder and CEO of US distribution subsidiary of Simple Parenting
- Dan Grech, Lead Instructor and Founder, BizHack Academy
- Dean Vicenç Feliú
- Geoffrey Lottenberg, Esq. Berger Singerman
- Dean Susan Stephan
- Hy Vaupen, Founder and Managing Partner of Vaupen Financial Advisors, LLC
- Sandra Arber, MBA
- Richard Linevsky, Share America and a member of New World Angels