What do you have in place to protect your brand and reputation? Sarah Kornblet of Destination Legal joins us to talk about intellectual property.
What could you have in place to protect your business from a legal standpoint?
Whether you are just starting out, or running an established business, Sarah breaks down the legalese so you can apply it to your business.
Who is Sarah Kornblet?
Sarah created Destination Legal to support coaches and online entrepreneurs in getting to the point where they are protecting (and excited about) their thriving business.
Sarah Kornblet shares her knowledge and expertise on the Intellectual Property Law
In this podcast, Sarah discusses several things that business owners should look at when considering intellectual property in their business. She gives concrete examples and ideas of what you should do and what you should avoid.
Join us in this episode as Sarah discusses her background and where she is today, as well as;
- Lessons she learned from her former businesses.
- Case study: starting a coaching business.
- The most important intellectual property considerations you should prepare for and be aware of before starting.
- Legal considerations for a business website and the risks that you may face without these.
- Legalities to consider when using images on websites, blogs, etc.
- Getting copyrights and trademarks for your business.
- Contracts for liability issues that should be considered for live events.
- A typical schedule for Sarah in running her business.
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