The East Bay Community Law Center, the Sustainable Economies Law Center, and People’s Grocery are putting on a workshop, hosted by the City of Oakland Parks and Recreation Office, about navigating the laws around starting and maintaining community-based food businesses at the Legal Eats Workshop, on Saturday March 9th, 10:30am - 3:30pm, at Defremery Recreation Center (1651 Adeline St., Oakland, 94607).
RSVP to the workshop!
The workshop will:
- Provide resources for community members to learn about the complex legal regulations governing food businesses.
- Include presentations from law students and attorneys on topics like Financing, Health & Safety, and Zoning.
- Include a resource fair where participants can meet with each other, and with local organizations supporting food justice enterprises.
You can RSVP to the workshop here: http://legaleats4.eventbrite.com/#. You can also RSVP by calling (510) 548-4040, ext. 340.
If you’re interested in getting more tailored legal assistance, we’re also offering free, one-time legal consultations for community-based food entrepreneurs! You can apply for a consultation at the workshop. For more information about the follow-up consultations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (510) 548-4040, ext. 340.