Small Business Legal Clinic
Epif, the first vegetarian restaurant inspired by the Andes Region of South America will be opening October 30th! Nicolle and Jose brought their expertise from their restaurant in Valparaiaso Chile to Portland. After two years of designing, planning and building, the restaurant has come together. The beautiful location, which was built in their garden, mixes South America with Portland craftsmanship, creating a unique ambiance.
Their chef, Daniel, a friend from their time in Chile, has traveled to Portland to bring authentic recipes with a vegetarian twist. The restaurant will also feature a pisco bar. Pisco is a clear brandy that is very popular in both Chile and Peru. The restaurant looks forward to bringing pisco classics along with Portland-inspired pisco cocktails.
Lindsey Alonzo is a local jewelry designer and maker who visited the Small Business Legal Clinic for legal support for her growing business.
The SBLC will begin working with Patent Attorney Joe Makuch in January 2017 to help a few low-income small business owners begin the patent process. The clients have until January 5th to submit their applications for consideration. Work will begin on the patent process in early February 2017. Further inquiries can be directed to email@example.com
One Lewis and Clark legal intern will be selected to work with Mr. Makuch and the clients. The student must apply to Professor Susan Felstiner by November 18, 2016.
Portland company Bee Local is one of SBLC’s 250 clients
The Small Business Legal Clinic celebrated ten years as a clinic with our Annual Open House on February 17, 2016. The event celebrated many clients and their food, artwork and products.
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