“Biggest little firm” helps startups
Kansas City-based Van Osdol & Magruder, P.C., announced yesterday its creation of an internal entrepreneurial group aimed at supporting local entrepreneurs and startup businesses.
Calling the practice group VOMER Entrepreneurial Law, Van Osdol & Magruder continues to provide free legal seminars and other legal services to startups at their early stages, now through VOMER.
VOMER will also continue Van Osdol & Magruder’s focus on advising and counseling startups and entrepreneurs as they approach the pivotal stage of securing outside capital.
According to the Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch: The practice group is led by lawyers David Kim, Duncan McQueen and Chris Brown. Kim, business and corporate attorney at Van Osdol & Magruder, P.C., explained how VOMER Entrepreneurial Law is different. “Van Osdol & Magruder maintains a traditional law firm approach and is assisting entrepreneurs with a full range of services, in keeping with the overall firm philosophy. The entrepreneurial practice group insists on providing timely, relevant and experienced advice to entrepreneurs and startups so they can prevent the legal problems most entrepreneurs will encounter,” said Kim.
Joshua C. Rowland, executive director of Lead Ventures, a local business accelerator and incubator, explained that VOMER Entrepreneurial Law is essential for small businesses. “VOMER Entrepreneurial Law demonstrates the commitment and sensitivity to small business growth that we were looking for in a strategic partner,” said Rowland.
From the Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch: Kansas City Law Firm Van Osdol & Magruder, P.C. Announces VOMER Entrepreneurial Law to Support Local Startups