May
26
to May 27

Mediation and Conflict Resolution - Theory, Application, and Strategy - 2-Day Training from Rational Unicorn Legal Services

Come join us for a fun, informative two day workshop on mediation and conflict resolution. Whether it’s a family dispute, a business or property matter, or a community challenge, alternative dispute resolution is often the solution instead of litigation.

You will learn theories and techniques but also have an opportunity to practice these newly learned skills in a collaborative group setting.

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Legal Basics for Developers, Programmers, Designers, Engineers, and Other Techies - Seminar from Michael Jonas
May
8
6:00 PM18:00

Legal Basics for Developers, Programmers, Designers, Engineers, and Other Techies - Seminar from Michael Jonas

Part of The More You Glow Series-This seminar will involve an introduction to legal issues that relate to work contracts, intellectual property ownership and protection, and other relevant topics.

While it seems like work in this creative field wouldn’t need legal basics, it's important to remember that your work is a business. There is intellectual property involved, and you want to make sure your work is protected.

Come join us on Tuesday, May 8th for a fun evening covering the basics!

Hosted by Michael Jonas of Rational Unicorn Legal Services 

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May
1
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to Landlord/Tenant Law - Seminar from Rational Unicorn Legal Services

What should be in a residential lease? What roles and responsibilities do landlords and tenants have? What options are there for resolving conflicts between landlords and tenants? Between neighbors?

Answers to questions like these will be discussed during this seminar.

Hosted by Michael Jonas of Rational Unicorn Legal Services 

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The Enthusiasm Collective's First-Ever Fund-Raiser
Mar
12
6:00 PM18:00

The Enthusiasm Collective's First-Ever Fund-Raiser

Our workspace in Chinatown opened last October, and we've been thriving ever since. As our membership approaches the capacity of the space, we're wrapping up our growth spurt and moving on to some exciting new projects:

1. Registering as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This will substantially reduce our long-term costs, and send a clear message about what we stand for. ($1,500)

2. Acquiring a few pieces of functional furniture to make the space as useful as possible for our members. ($500)

3. Putting down a security deposit on our space so we can transition from a sub-lease to a direct long-term lease. (estimated at $4,000, negotiations pending)

4. Contracting with an event coordinator so we can better share our space with the wider community by hosting talks, workshops, gatherings, and other events. (estimated at $4,000 for the first year)

That brings our total fundraising goal to a nice round $10,000. With your help, we can get there!

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