Alfred J. Ludwig Discusses Business Startups with the St. Louis Business Journal

Lewis Rice member Alfred J. Ludwig was featured in the St. Louis Business Journal's Table of Experts to discuss business startups, share advice and mistakes to avoid for aspiring entrepreneurs, and provide an overview of key legal considerations when starting a business.

The panel also had a thoughtful discussion around the state of startups in the St. Louis region, a topic that has captured regional and national attention as the local startup community continues to grow.

To read the full discussion, click under "Resources" below.

Al has a diverse transactional practice representing clients ranging from large, publicly traded companies to individuals and sole proprietorships. His expertise includes transaction structuring, operational diligence, development and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, startup business planning, and the dissolution of ongoing businesses.

Al provides strategic planning and problem solving support to new and established businesses. As an active member of St. Louis's startup community, his clients have expanded into new ventures in a variety of industries and locations. The fast-moving nature of technology startups makes responsiveness and efficiency essential elements of any startup representation, and Al's wide range of transactional experience adds value to startup owners at all levels of development. The insight he brings both to startups and to companies doing business with startups allows him to provide novel and effective solutions to the problems commonly encountered in the startup world.

Resources

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