December 14, 2021

Tracey L. Mancini
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Phillips Lytle LLP Partner F. Kenneth Graham Presents Legal Advice for Start-Ups Workshop

Buffalo, N.Y. – Phillips Lytle LLP Partner F. Kenneth Graham presented a workshop on “Legal Advice for Start-ups,” hosted by the Fredonia Technology Incubator (FTI)opens in a new window on December 3. The presentation, hosted in-person and via Zoom, focused on understanding corporate and intellectual property considerations when entering the U.S. market.

The workshop is part of FTI’s signature Entrepreneurial Education Program, which provides entrepreneurs with useful, hands-on information and offers the opportunity for them to ask questions to the presenters. FTI is an economic development program of SUNY Fredonia that works with external partners to promote economic growth by supporting entrepreneurship and development of new, innovative companies into successful business ventures.

Mr. Graham focuses his practice in corporate law, with particular emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, international and domestic business transactions, divestitures, reorganizations, securities law compliance, and corporate governance issues. He also advises and provides counsel to not-for-profit and health care clients on compliance, corporate governance, and transactional issues. Additionally, Mr. Graham drafts and negotiates technology and intellectual property contracts, including license agreements, service agreements, terms of use and privacy policies.

Phillips Lytle LLP is a premier regional law firm that is recognized nationally for its legal excellence. With offices across New York State and in Chicago, IL; Washington, D.C.; and Canada, our attorneys serve a multinational client base, including FORTUNE 1000 companies, global and regional financial institutions, not-for-profit organizations, middle-market companies, startups, entrepreneurs and individuals on important matters affecting their businesses and personal wealth. For more information, visit