Hiscock & Barclay Attorneys To Participate In START-UP NY Webinar
Syracuse, New York - November 6, 2013 - Hiscock & Barclay’s Kevin R. McAuliffe, David G. Burch and Angela M. Orlandella will give a special presentation on Wednesday, November 20 as part of MedTech’s "START-UP NY Application Process and Planning Considerations" webinar.
The one-hour webinar will concentrate on planning considerations for university and college sponsors of tax-free areas and businesses applying for acceptance into the START-UP NY program. The discussion will center on the application processes for both sponsors and participating businesses, including an in-depth review of items both should concentrate on now to ensure strong applications and continued receipt of benefits in the future.
START-UP NY program regulations were recently released by New York State along with a technical memorandum explaining details of the program.
McAuliffe, Burch and Orlandella are part of Hiscock & Barclay’s Project Development Practice Area and have focused experience on guiding businesses from start to finish through prior New York State economic development programs.
The webinar is sponsored by Hiscock & Barclay and will be held from 12:00-1:00 p.m. The webinar is free for MedTech members and costs $35 for non-members. To register for this event, click here.
MedTech is the center of the bioscience and medical technology industry in New York State. It is an active association of pharmaceutical, biotech and medical technology companies, their suppliers and service providers, and research universities.
Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, listed as a “Top 250 Firm” by The National Law Journal, is a full-service, 200-attorney law firm, with offices throughout the major cities of New York State, as well as in Boston, Washington, D.C. and Toronto, providing comprehensive legal and business counsel to a diverse client base in 30 practice areas.
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