A New “Go-To” Law Firm for Portland’s Social Entrepreneurs

Recently Portland Business Journal featured Catalyst Law, placing emphasis on one type of client served by the firm:

“The trio will unite its expertise in business law, estate planning and nonprofits to help social startups at Hatch and beyond with the complexities of operating businesses. They have special expertise in marrying for-profit enterprises with nonprofit divisions, akin to the Mozilla model.”

Amy Pearl, founder of Hatch Innovation, helped establish CPO (Community Public Offering) in Oregon, which is authorized under the 2012 federal Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act. The law allows states to create securities exemptions for in-state investing.

Catalyst Law assists startups interested in raising money under the Oregon program.

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The articles in this blog are intended to help educate you on some common issues people in Oregon face during divorces, custody disputes, and other family law matters.

The information provided is general and is not intended to be legal advice for any specific case. Reading these articles is not a substitute for consulting with a family law attorney.

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