Carolyn Hochstadter, Esquire
Lecturer, Wharton Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department
Owner, E. Carolyn Hochstadter Dicker, LLC
Improving the world
Using creative legal solutions to help people achieve their personal and professional goals.
Building business through a multi-cultural lens: we speak French, Arabic, Hebrew, and German, and work with Israeli, French, Chinese, and other international clients.
Helping women-owned businesses to become WBE certified.
Born: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Gap year in Israel: Michlala Jerusalem College for Women
Past: New York City; Cherry Hill, NJ
Current: Merion Station, PA
Our firm strives to help international and domestic clients to succeed financially and/or navigate financial distress. We advise in all areas of entrepreneurship law.
As a professor at Wharton, I teach my students to be legally savvy in their entrepreneurial endeavors and to incorporate social impact into their business plans.
Old Israeli songs
Thomas Jefferson Innovation Speaker Series
Legal Challenges of Early Stage Startups
November 23, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.
This course will deal with the early-stage practical legal challenges faced by entrepreneurs with an emphasis on the health-care space. It will provide U.S. and foreign business owners with the legal tools to form and grow their companies.
Topics include formation of U.S. entities and foreign affiliates; choice of state, law, and courts; drafting of key organizational documents; preservation of competitive value and confidentiality; crowdfunding, financing and SEC exemptions; debtor-creditor collection and restructuring tips, as well as risk management options.
Please visit: innovation.jefferson.edu/programs-events/speaker-series.html.
Wharton Legal Studies Department: lgst.wharton.upenn.edu/profile/1752/