Covering your legal bases as an online entrepreneur is probably an area you haven’t thought much about.
And even if you have you most likely still have questions about the specifics: What kind of contracts do you need? What are liable for and what are you not in terms of your products and your web site?
The woman to answer all of these questions and more is our guest for episode 96, Jo-Na Williams. Jo-Na is an entrepreneur, a creative artist and a lawyer.
Today she discusses the basics of the legal side of online business and helps you understand if you’ve got the right protections in place, and if you don’t how to get them.
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- What two people do you need to bring on when you start your business?
- If you own a domain name, you own the copyright: true or false?
- These are two pages every web site should have: what are they?
- If you have a trademark in one industry does it apply to other industries?
- Much, much more!
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Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- JA Williams Law – Jo Na’s company’s website.
- Secure Your Empire – Entrepreneur 5 Week Legal Kickstart Course
- Jo-Na on Twitter
- Selena Soo on Episode 85 of The New Business Podcast
- Chris Hawker on Episode 84 of The New Business Podcast
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