Focused Learning Lab: Surviving the Economic Fallout of the Pandemic: Tips and Resources

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Alumni, Community

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Description: Join two lawyers who are experienced in small business and corporate law to hear tips and resources to help navigate the legal challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Zoom participant limit: 30 participants

Led by: Todd Stuart, Attorney, Stuart Law, PLC and Seidman College Adjunct Faculty & Andrew A. Cascini, Attorney Henn Lesperance PLC


Todd Stuart has been practicing law for over 14 years and has developed expertise in real estate law and small business law while building a macro understanding of the legal aspects of each deal. A graduate of Wayne State University School of Law, Todd opened a law practice in 2009 with a focus on small business and corporate law. In addition to his work at Lachman Stuart PLC, he serves as  General Counsel for Northern Capital Investments (NCI Real Estate) and regularly teaches at Seidman College as an adjunct faculty member.

His areas of expertise include:

  • Small Business Law
  • Property Managers and Leasing
  • Commercial Development
  • Corporate Law
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

Andrew A. Cascini is a partner at Henn Lesperance, where he chairs the firm’s employment and labor practice group. His clients include employers belonging to the automotive, construction, health care, and professional services industries.

Andrew helps his clients achieve better employment and labor relations using a holistic, cost-effective, long-term approach. He advances his clients’ interests by preventing employment or labor disputes before they start. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a top-rated employment and labor attorney in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and he has been selected as a “Rising Star” within the field in each of the prior two consecutive years.

Andrew graduated with honors from both the University of Michigan and Columbia Law School. While attending Columbia, he defended the City of New York against labor disputes brought by some of the nation’s largest public sector unions as a practicing extern in New York City Law Department’s Labor and Employment division.

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