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This event will take place on Thursday, August 6, 2015, from 06:30 P.M. to 08:30 P.M, at CROSS CAMPUS PASADENA, 87 N RAYMOND AVE, PASADENA, CA 91103-3932. The following excerpt from How Not to Get Legally Screwed in Business (Pasadena, CA) - Meetup describes the event in detail:

Have you been screwed in contracts, during incorporations, investment deals, by employees, business partners, or anyone else close to your business? Come with your challenges and learn as Frank Alvarado helps us navigate our nightmares and learn from each other in this edition of How Not to Get Screwed in Business.

Attorney, Frank Alvarado, is driven by entrepreneurship, creating business growth and problem solving. Frank assists companies and individuals in establishing a solid baseline for future growth in their businesses. This includes proper corporate formation, protecting intellectual property, and proper use of contract provisions. The most effective problem solving techniques include preemptively implementing protections prior to issues arising. Specifically, establishing how a future problem will be resolved, where it will be resolved, and limiting the costs.

When problems do occur, Frank has a history of successfully managing client’s financial and legal affairs. He has been successful in civil litigation, federal adversary cases, and has obtained hundreds of discharge orders. In addition, he has been successful in business reorganization, reducing and eliminating millions of dollars in secured and unsecured debt, including State and Federal taxes.

He graduated with concentrations in Corporate and Commercial law from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Frank graduated cum-laude from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He graduated with Honors from the College of Letters and Science and received recognition for outstanding academic qualifications by inclusion in the Dean’s List. He served as the President of the Latin American Law Students Association while a student Cardozo.

Frank is admitted in the United States District Court for the Central, Eastern, Southern and Northern Districts of California. In addition, Frank is registered with US Department of Justice.

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