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Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E112 Legal for Course Creators: Copycats FB Live 103

Learn how you can protect your online course with trademark and copyrights and what recourse is available to you if you discover someone is copying all or part of your course.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • The roles that trademark and/or copyright protections can play in helping you avoid copycats
  • The frustrating limitations of copyrights
  • What ‘trade dress’ is and how it might apply to your website or online course
  • How strong terms of use on your website is your first line of defense
  • The importance of registering your copyrights if you want to be able to defend them
  • Why (immediate!) screenshots are your best friend if you see your content being copied

Key takeaway: Imitation in the online course world doesn’t always feel like flattery. If you put the right protections in place early on, you have a strong leg to stand on when it comes to dealing with copycats.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast112 for the audio/podcast version of this episode.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms

Resources:

Legal Road Map® podcast, Episode 110 (How to use other people’s content in your course): www.awbfirm.com/podcast110

Legal Road Map® podcast, Episode 99 (Copyrights for course creators): www.awbfirm.com/podcast99

Have you poured your heart and soul into creating an online course? How upset would you be if one of your students copied some or all of your course content and tried to sell it as their own? Perhaps a more important question: how upset would you be with yourself if you didn’t have an agreement in place that expressly prohibits your students from doing something like this?

Our Legal Road Map® to Protect Your Online Course contract template bundle can help you lock down your course content in the time it takes you to catch a few episodes of your latest Netflix binge.

To buy your bundle and start protecting your online course today, visit www.onlinecourselegal.com/yes

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

November 11, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E110 FB Live 102 Legal for Course Creators: Using other people’s content in your online course

Learn the best ways to avoid landing in hot water (copyright or trademark infringement) when you use other people’s content in your online course.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • The 3 best ways to be able to use other people’s content legally
  • What the “public domain” is and how to navigate it
  • The risky business of using images you find on Google (spoiler: just don’t do it!)
  • The tricky side of using images from and on social media platforms
  • What “fair use” is

Key takeaway: Best practice is always to create your own content, but with a little legal legwork and know-how, it can be possible to use other people’s content in your online course or business, the right way.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast110 for the podcast/audio version of this video.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms

Resources:

Cornell University public domain chart:
https://copyright.cornell.edu/publicdomain

Worried about the legal blindspots that may be lurking in your business? The AWB Firm can help! Clients love our Legal Road Map® session. One of our experienced attorneys will take a one-hour deep-dive into your business and provide you with a report of recommended steps personalized for your business. And you’ll be confident you’re not missing anything essential now, and you’ll learn what you might need to do later. For more info or to book your Legal Road Map® session, visit https://awbfirm.com/legal-road-map-session.

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

October 28, 2019

Legal for Course Creators: LLC or Corp for your Course? – Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E108

 

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast108 for the audio/podcast version of this episode.

Learn why it’s a good idea for course creators to form a corporate entity, and which entities work best for different types of businesses.

In this episode we’ll cover:
Why it’s critical to speak to both a lawyer AND a CPA when you’re making the decision about the best legal entity for your business

What liability protection is and how forming an entity helps you get it

Some higher risk course topics and which entity you may want to choose

Why it’s time to form an entity if you have a physical location or if you hire employees

Tax and insurance issues to consider when choosing which entity to form

Different types of entities and when it’s a good idea to consider them

A few steps you’ll need to take to open your business bank account (and what order to do them in)

What the ‘corporate veil’ is and why you do NOT want to pierce it!

Key takeaway: Liability protection is the name of the game when it comes to forming a corporate entity, but consulting with a trusted advisor (or two!) can help you make the right choice for your business.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms

Resources:
Corporate entity cheatsheet: www.awbfirm.com/podcast108

GDPR podcast episodes: www.awbfirm.com/podcast38, www.awbfirm.com/podcast39, www.awbfirm.com/podcast40

Have you poured your heart and soul into creating an online course? How upset would you be if one of your students copied some or all of your course content and tried to sell it as their own? Perhaps a more important question: how upset would you be with yourself if you didn’t have an agreement in place that expressly prohibits your students from doing something like this? Our Legal Road Map® to Protect Your Online Course contract template bundle can help you lock down your course content in the time it takes you to catch a few episodes of your latest Netflix binge.

To buy your bundle and start protecting your online course today, visit www.onlinecourselegal.com/yes

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

October 14, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E106 FB Live 100 – Legal for Course Creators: Trademark your Course?

 

Legal for course creators: registering a trademark for your online course name

Learn when you absolutely SHOULD register a trademark for your online course name and when you can likely wait.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • How to decide if now is the time to register your trademark
  • How trademark law is really designed to protect consumers (as well as your business)
  • The downsides of relying on common law trademark rights
  • What enforcing your trademark rights really looks like in your business
  • How a registered trademark can increase your business’s value when it comes to sell your business or license your course, method, or process
  • When you may NOT want or need to register your trademark

Key takeaway: A registered trademark is the best way to shut down a copycat, but there are some important questions to ask yourself to make sure it’s the right time for your business.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast106 for the podcast/audio version of this video.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms

Resources:

Episode 99 of the Legal Road Map® podcast – Copyrights: www.awbfirm.com/podcast99

Episode 104 of the Legal Road Map® podcast – Choosing a Good Course Name: www.awbfirm.com/podcast104

If you’re so in love with your course, product, or business name that you’re ready to say “I do”, it’s probably time to register your trademark. The AWB Firm can help! Clients love our seamless process and flat-fee pricing (i.e., no surprise bills for you!). If you’re ready to learn more or get started, visit www.awbfirm.com/trademark-copyright.

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

September 30, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E104 FB Live 98 – Legal for Course Creators: How to choose a great course name

 

Learn what makes a strong trademark, how to DIY your trademark search, and what to steer clear of when choosing a name for your digital course.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • The different types of trademarks and the pros and cons of each
  • What a suggestive trademark is and why it may be the best route to go when choosing your course name
  • What a descriptive trademark is and why it’s the most difficult to register
  • What’s required to register your own name as a trademark
  • Ways you can DIY your trademark search

Key takeaway: A legal checkup before you run FB ads can mean the difference between a super successful campaign and throwing money down the drain.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast104 for the podcast/audio version of this video.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms 

Resources

FREE Naming Guide: www.awbfirm.com/podcast104

Episode 45 of the Legal Road Map® podcast – How to DIY Your TM Search: www.awbfirm.com/podcast45

USPTO search: https://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-application-process/search-trademark-database

Namechekr: https://www.namecheckr.com/

Have you poured your heart and soul into creating an online course? How upset would you be if one of your students copied some or all of your course content and tried to sell it as their own? Perhaps a more important question: how upset would you be with yourself if you didn’t have an agreement in place that expressly prohibits your students from doing something like this? Our Legal Road Map® to Protect Your Online Course contract template bundle can help you lock down your course content in the time it takes you to catch a few episodes of your latest Netflix binge. 

To buy your bundle and start protecting your online course today, visit www.onlinecourselegal.com/yes 

 

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

September 16, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E102 FB Live 99 Legal for Course Creators: Running FB ads

 

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Learn how the legal health of your business can affect how you run Facebook or Instagram ads, or even if they’re approved.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • Why you’ll want to check out Facebook’s ad policies before you start working on your ad images or copy
  • What FB checks out when you submit an ad for approval
  • How your site’s privacy policy (or lack thereof) can affect your ad approval
  • What you need to know about intellectual property when it comes to FB ads
  • Things you may be required to disclose in connection with your FB ads

Key takeaway: A legal checkup before you run FB ads can mean the difference between a super successful campaign and lighting hundred dollar bills on fire.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms 

Resources

Contract template store: www.awbfirm.com/contract-templates

Worried about the legal blindspots that may be lurking in your business? The AWB Firm can help! Clients love our Legal Road Map® session. One of our experienced attorneys will take a one-hour deep-dive into your business and provide you with a report of recommended steps personalized for your business. And you’ll be confident you’re not missing anything essential now, and you’ll learn what you might need to do later. For more info or to book your Legal Road Map® session, visit https://awbfirm.com/legal-road-map-session 

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

 

September 2, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E99 FB Live 97 Legal for Course Creators: Copyrights

 

Learn what copyrights can protect, when you should register them, and the benefits EARLY copyright registration provides.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • The types of content that can be protected by copyrights
  • Why facts and ideas aren’t protectable by copyrights (and what you actually can protect instead)
  • Why the automatic protection provided by U.S. copyright law isn’t as great as it sounds
  • The extra benefits of registering your copyrights, and registering them early
  • Who owns the copyrights when you create a work as an employee, or an independent contractor
  • Who can use the © symbol, and how you should be using it the right way
  • What type of business should hire a copyright attorney to register their copyright, and who can probably DIY the process
  • Who can use © and how you should be using it

Key takeaway: Copyright protections are automatic under US law, but you can’t enforce them without taking the time to file a registration. Best practice for your online course is to register them early!

Visit awbfirm.com/podcast99 for show notes.

BONUS: get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: www.awbfirm.com/5terms

Resources:

U.S. Copyright Office: www.copyright.govwww.copyright.gov

Legal Road Map® podcast, episode 8 on fair use: awbfirm.com/podcast8

Contract template store: awbfirm.com/contract-templates

Legal Road Map® to Protect Your Online Course contract template bundle: onlinecourselegal.com/yes

Legal Road Map® Facebook group: facebook.com/groups/legalroadmap

Worried about the legal blindspots that may be lurking in your business? The AWB Firm can help! Clients love our Legal Road Map® session. One of our experienced attorneys will take a one-hour deep-dive into your business and provide you with a report of recommended steps personalized for your business. And you’ll be confident you’re not missing anything essential now, and you’ll learn what you might need to do later. For more info or to book your Legal Road Map® session, visit https://awbfirm.com/legal-road-map-session

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

August 12, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E97 – Legal for Course Creators: Affiliates for your Course, part 2

 

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast97 for the audio/podcast version of this video episode.

Learn about the important terms your affiliate program agreement needs to include. This is part two of a two-part series on affiliate programs. For part one, please visit https://awbfirm.com/vimeo-video/podcast95/

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • Why you may want to think twice before referring to your affiliate collab as a “joint venture” or “partnership”
  • How contracts can help your affiliate program be more profitable
  • Why it’s so important to spell out exactly what your affiliates are required to do to promote your product or services
  • Things to consider when spelling out how and when you’ll pay your affiliates’ commission
  • Why you might want to limit the term of your affiliates
  • Why the general terms at the bottom of your contract can sometimes be the most important

Key takeaway: Clear terms in your affiliate agreement provide a strong foundation for your affiliate program to grow on.

BONUS: click here to get your hands on our FREE resource to help you write your contracts: The 5 terms I think every contract should include: awbfirm.com/5terms

Resources:

Legal Road Map® Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/legalroadmap

Want to make sure your business is protected but working one-on-one with a lawyer just isn’t in the budget? Our customizable contract templates are a great, affordable way to get protection for yourself and your business without breaking the bank. Shop our selection of contract templates for online businesses and protect your business today!

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

 

July 29, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E95 FB Live 95 – Legal For Course Creators: Affiliates for your Course Part 1

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast95 for the audio podcast episode of this video.

Learn how affiliate programs can increase the reach (and bottomline!) of your online course without having to hire an entire sales team.

In this episode we’ll cover:

  • Important things to consider when you’re thinking about who you want to be your affiliates
  • Some of the potential downsides to having a large number of affiliates
  • Why it’s important to outline what your affiliates are required to do, and what type of training, perks or collateral will you provide them with
  • Why you want to make sure your process is running like a well-oiled machine before you start your affiliate program

Key takeaway: With a little bit of forward planning, affiliate programs can help your online course sales skyrocket.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast95 for show notes.

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:

Marie Forleo affiliate page: https://marieforleobschool.com/bschool-affiliate-partner-info/

ConvertKit affiliate page: https://convertkit.com/affiliate/

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

July 15, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E93 FB Live 94 Legal for Course Creators: Guest Experts in your Course

 

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast93 for the audio podcast episode of this video.

Collaborating with a guest expert for your online course is a great way to provide incredible value to your students. But mapping out (in writing!) things like who’s doing what, and how the expert is compensated is crucial to preventing a guest expert collaboration from going south.

In this episode you’ll learn the important questions to ask when you’re collaborating with a guest expert in your online course:

  • What type of collaboration is this? – Is your guest expert contributing material for a single lesson, creating the course with you 50/50?
  • Who’s earning what? – Is your guest expert paid a percentage of sales, a flat fee, or something else? Or is your guest expert paying you in exchange for exposure?
  • Who is paying the expenses? – Who pays the invoice from your graphic designer, videographer, etc.?
  • Who is responsible for marketing? – Is your guest expert required to send emails to their list, do a FB live, etc. to promote your launch?
  • What happens if it falls apart?
  • Who owns the intellectual property? – Is your collaborator allowed to create a spin-off live event from the online course or is that not allowed?
  • Do you need a nondisclosure agreement? – Are you lifting the curtain on your business’s secret sauce?

Key takeaway: Guest experts can make a great addition to your online course, but asking some key questions and agreeing to terms in writing can help you ensure the collaboration is a success.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast93 for the audio podcast version of this video.

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:

Legal Road Map® Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/legalroadmap

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

July 1, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E91 FB Live 93 Legal for course creators: independent contractors

 

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast91 for the audio podcast episode of this video.

You’re a busy entrepreneur, and you *probably* can’t handle every single task it takes to create a successful online course.  You’ll likely need to enlist the help of graphic designers, copywriters, videographers, and more to complete your online course.

But how do you make sure your working arrangement, and your content + brand!, are protected?

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why you MUST use a contract with your independent contractor
  • The most important thing you need to look for if you use your independent contractor’s agreement instead of sending your own
  • If you can include a non-compete clause in your independent contractor agreement
  • The one term you definitely should include in your own independent contractor agreements

Key takeaway: Working with independent contractors to create a successful online course can be a breeze if you take the time to consider the terms of your agreement with them.

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:

Legal Road Map® Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/legalroadmap/?ref=br_rs

Legal Road Map® to Protect Your Online Course contract template bundle: www.onlinecourselegal.com

Individual contract templates: www.awbfirm.com/contract-templates

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

 

June 17, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E89 FB Live 92 – Legal for Course Creators: Issues with Payment Plans

 

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If you sell an online course, digital product, or do business online, you may offer payment plans to your customers. But what do you do when the customer stops paying?

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • If it’s possible to totally avoid chargebacks (spoiler alert: it is, but only if you stop taking credit cards altogether)
  • Some practical customer service tips to help you cut down on chargebacks
  • Why including a clear refund policy in your terms of use will be your strongest evidence to fight an invalid chargeback claim
  • The (potentially) tricky business of payment plans and what regulations you may need to comply with
  • Tech & practical tips to make sure your customers follow through on a payment plan
  • The important payment plan details you should definitely include in your terms of use

Key takeaway: Between including clearly outlined terms in your contract and using a few practical & tech tips, you can make sure your payment plans don’t become non-payment plans.

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:

Legal Road Map® podcast episode 85: www.awbfirm.com/podcast85

Autumn’s Gravy affiliate link: www.sharegravy.com/autumn

Legal Road Map® Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/legalroadmap/

 

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

May 24, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E87 FB Live 91 – Legal for Course Creators: Student Problems

 

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If you are providing an online course or digital products to students, members, or customers, you’re bound to come across a few tricky situations sooner or later. But are you doing all you can on the front end to prevent these situations from the start?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The importance of clear payment language in your terms of use
  • How tech tools can prevent your students from copying your course content
  • Why including a dollar amount for damages in your terms of use can save you a lot of headaches if someone does copy your course content
  • Important legal and practical tips for managing your online community
  • Why including disclaimers in your terms of use could be essential, depending on the nature of your online course / program topic
  • Why promising guaranteed results is tricky business
  • Why you should keep your refund policy on the strict side in your terms

Key takeaway: We all want to believe the best in people, but in business it’s next to impossible to completely dodge unpleasant situations. By taking a closer look at your terms of use, you can prevent or avoid a lot of them.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast87 for an audio/podcast version of this content.

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

May 17, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E85 FB Live 90: Terms of Use for Course Creators

 

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Terms of Use, Terms of Service… whatever you call it, you might not think of it as a contract, but it is – and an important one at that! This week’s solo episode is all about this critical contract between you and your customers, students, or clients.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Where your TOU must be linked on your website
  • The 11 terms you should include in your TOU to protect you and your students
  • Why including more strict terms in your TOU is always better, and how you can be gentler when difficult circumstances come up
  • Why including a “refunds at our discretion” clause is a bad idea
  • How your TOU can give you a way to resolve issues with someone stealing your intellectual property, without having to file a costly copyright or trademark lawsuit

Key takeaway: Unlike your website’s privacy policy, TOU are not required by law, but they are the legal foundation of your course business.  Strong TOU will put you and your customers on the same page and will save you a lot of legal headaches.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast85 for the audio podcast version of this video.

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:

Contract templates: www.awbfirm.com/contract-templates

AWB Firm Masterclass: www.awbfirm.com/course

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

May 6, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E83 FB Live 89 – Legal for Course Creators: Privacy Policies + GDPR

 

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If you’re running an online business, it’s highly likely that you’re collecting some form of personal information from your website visitors. But do your visitors know what happens to their data once they’ve given it to you?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • When you must have a privacy policy on your website
  • What your privacy policy needs to include
  • Extra steps you need to take if you’re collecting information from children under 13
  • Where your privacy policy must be present on your site post-GDPR
  • What GDPR penalties are being handed out, almost one year after the new rules went into effect

Key takeaway: Whether your business must comply with GDPR or not (odds are it does!), the trend is that privacy regulations are becoming more stringent across the board. Taking simple steps to comply now can prevent you from having to implement an expensive fix down the road.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast83 for an audio episode, transcript and show notes.

BONUS: Head over to awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:

FREE download – Website Documents Guide: www.awbfirm.com/podcast81

Privacy policy + GDPR guide: www.awbfirm.com/podcast83

GDPR in-depth episodes of the Legal Road Map® podcast: www.awbfirm.com/podcast38, www.awbfirm.com/podcast39, www.awbfirm.com/podcast40

Running list of GDPR enforcement actions as of February 2019: http://www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/x/777680/Data+Protection+Privacy/GDPR+Enforcement

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

April 22, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E81 FB Live 88: Website legal musts for online course creators

 

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Your website is the front door to your amazing online course. But if you don’t include the right legal documents on your site, it’s like leaving your door wide open.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Which documents are required by law on your website and which are just a good idea
  • Why disclaimers are essential for online businesses in the health and wellness field
  • The ins and outs of FTC disclosures and when you must use them on your website
  • The easy addition to your course materials or downloadables that could deter someone else from copying them (and help you enforce your rights if it does happen)

Key takeaway: It’s easy to get caught up in how your website looks and what it can do, but every online business owner must make sure the proper legal protections are in place to lay a smart legal foundation for your website, and business.

Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast81 for this episode in audio format and a transcript (posted within two days of release date).

BONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com/course for instant access to our brand new, free masterclass, 3 Legal Protections Your Course Business is Probably Missing, and our legal checklist for course creators (plus you’ll be the first to know when new episodes are live).

Resources:FREE download – sign up below for a free copy of our Website Documents Guide

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

April 8, 2019

Legal Road Map® Podcast S4E80 FB Live 87: Legal for Course Creators

 

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If you’re an online course creator, you may not even know what you need to worry about when it comes to legal for your business.

Season 4 of the Legal Road Map® podcast is a great place to start. This season, Autumn is alternating solo episodes with interviews of some of the biggest names in the online course world, like Beth McCord, Chris Winfield, Corinne Crabtree, and more.

Solo episodes will focus on legal issues for course creators, like:

The policies and documents you need to have on your website, such as privacy policy, terms & conditions, disclaimers, and disclosuresGDPR – the European Union law affecting personal data collection and privacyUsing guest expertsWorking with affiliatesAnd last but not least, copyright and trademarkBONUS: Head over to www.awbfirm.com for instant access to the 10 Step Checklist we use with our million dollar clients, and make sure you’ve got the legal basics covered for your business (plus be the first to know when new episodes are live).

This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

April 1, 2019