This past Thursday I had the pleasure of speaking to a wonderful audience at Summit.Live. I shared six tips to help online businesses avoid claims, litigation, and lawsuits.
I hope you enjoy my presentation. Feel free to reach out with any questions!
Please note that while I am an attorney, I’m not your attorney. Please check with an attorney in your state before taking any of these legal steps.
A summary of my six tips are as follows:
- Do business as a corporation or LLC
- Protect and respect intellectual property rights
- Promote your products and services through your business and not you personally
- Use contracts and other written agreements
- Use mediation and arbitration clauses
- Use attorney fee and venue clauses
6 Live-Streaming Rock Stars to Electrify Your Video Strategy (click here to read the post)
Here’s why I’m a fan of Chris Strub: He’s the first person to live-stream and Snapchat in all 50 U.S. states, having taken a 100-day solo journey in the summer of 2015 to work with youth-related organizations nationwide. Chris is the author of “50 States, 100 Days: The Book,” a former social media consultant with Humana and a speaker at The Social Shake-Up 2017 in Atlanta. For more about Chris, visit TeamStrub.com.
You can catch my weekly show, with co-host Jen Hoverstad, Wednesdays at 4 pm ET at TheShow.live
I enjoyed being interviewed earlier this week by Kenneth L Hardison of Personal Injury Lawyers Marketing and Management Association about the marketing approach called “newsjacking.” I think Ken’s new show, “The Law Practice Advisor Show” is going to add value to lawyers and other professionals interested in raising their marketing game in 2017. Also, always a pleasure to mention and share friend, David Meerman Scott, and all he does.
Click here to watch the video interview.
Tom Sinclaire of Eastern Shore Broadcasting and I chat about IP and copyright laws while livestreaming. Click here or watch below.
I’m honored to be included in this All-Star panel! Want to know what 2017 has in store for livestreaming? Here you go! Click here…
A special thank you to Ross Brand of Livestream Universe for including me in the discussion 🙂
I started practicing law in 1986. Back then, it took lots of work and energy to meet new people and develop referral relationships.
Many late nights were spent away from my family at Bar Association and business meetings. Business cards were exchanged, and during the following weeks, trips were made to the law library to research lawyers and their firms. Once the research was done, letters were sent, and phone calls were made. Looking back, it took a great deal of time, effort and money, to get to know someone to the point where they would trust you with their referral.
Today, things are different. Networking is now more efficient, fun and much less expensive. With digital, it’s also expanded to a global sandbox, with the only limitation being your imagination.
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