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So who doesn’t love to hear some good news about their business? It’s the juice that fuels your sales. It gets the FOMO going. It’s how you gather hoards of fans for your brand. As a business owner you actively keep tabs on feedback for your products or services. And if you’re smart (which you are!) you know how to repurpose this content in your marketing. But you know if this message is coming from me there’s a legal angle to all of this… And that’s to do it in a way that gives you rights to the content! 🙌🏾 It’s a win-win because your customers get to rave about your work and get some free promotion for their business and you get to show off how valuable your biz is to others. But how do we get testimonials legally? And what could possibly go wrong? It’s just a review.…

Legal protection is more important than ever in times of uncertainty or duress. So let’s discuss how this national pause in our typical way of life is affecting business legally. This may include unexpected cancellations or contract termination. Here are a few things to consider as you pivot or shift your business to adapt to the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic: Contract Terminations If you have to terminate an agreement with a client, associate or another business, look at your agreement to see how this is done. There should be a clearly defined termination or cancellation provision that details how to give notice to the other party. It’s usually written notice and hopefully your agreement considers email sufficient (my templates do). Some may require days’ notice, others may requires weeks’ notice but considering the circumstances if the notice requirement is unfeasible, work with the other party to conclude activities as…

Business owners often underestimate the value of a well drafted NDA. Once they’ve experienced a theft of their information, or realized that they shared more than they should, they quickly regret the lack of security. There’s no need to wait for a breach of your information. Let’s talk about why your business needs an NDA today. What is an NDA? An NDA or non-disclosure agreement is a document you have someone sign stating that they will keep the confidential information you share with them private. It’s the silence keeper of your business. It’s the guard at the front gate. You’ll use this gem to protect your ideas and prevent potential competitors from stealing your concepts and impeding your progress. When to Use One As a business owner you will work with contractors, potential business partners, buyers, employees and others who have access to your sensitive business information. Your NDA may…

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