Season One, Episode Three–An interview with Tiffany Hall, Founder of Empower Cocktails, who has worked to create a female-focused brand in a mancentric marketplace.

Episode Description: Professor Bernice Grant (Senior Director of the Entrepreneurial Law Program and Founding Director of the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic at Fordham University School of Law) interviews Tiffany Hall (Fordham Law ‘08).  Tiffany is the Founder of Empower Cocktails, and shares some of the key legal lessons she has learned along her path to success, including protecting intellectual property, regulatory compliance, contracts, and the importance of a lawyer in the process.

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“First and foremost- get a lawyer. That’s key principle number one.” -Tiffany Hall
“You have to look at failure as not a dead-end, but a way to open new opportunities.” -Tiffany Hall
“So many of us have really interesting ideas, but the path to executing them can be challenging and oftentimes people do not want to go the distance… Anyone can do this. It’s just a matter of how hard you want to…

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