Saturday, October 19
12:30am to 5:30pm
at HUB Oakland (1423 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612).
Register for the workshop here: https://legaleats5.eventbrite.com/
Sponsored by the East Bay Community Law Center, the Sustainable Economies Law Center and hosted by HUB Oakland.
This free workshop will empower you to navigate the laws around starting and maintaining a community-based food business.
Attorneys and law students will give short presentations on several legal issues, ranging from financing for food businesses to understanding zoning. After the presentations, there will be a resource fair, where you can connect with other food justice entrepreneurs and organizations in the Bay Area. You can get resources and information on:
producing cottage food,
health permitting and regulations,
general legal issues,
Want to join? Please RSVP here: https://legaleats5.eventbrite.com/ or call 562-234-0817.
Need legal assistance? We’re also offering free, one-time legal consultations for community-based food entrepreneurs! You can apply for a consultation at the workshop. For more information about the follow-up consultations, please email email@example.com, or call (510) 548-4040, ext. 340.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 562-234-0817.