Product Liability Insurance: Do You Need It? (The Answer is Probably “Yes”)

Any business that sells products to consumers must consider the risks of products liability claims: lawsuits filed by people who allegedly are injured or suffer losses from defective or improperly performing products. Getting product liability insurance can protect you if a claim is filed. Here’s what you need to know.

Recorded Webinar: Legal Question & Answer With Kiffanie Stahle

Kiffanie Stahle is the legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. She’s also a photographer, fellow creative business owner, and lawyer living in California. Kiff firmly believes that there can be ease in the legalese of running a creative business. And she is on a mission to provide creative business owners with the legal tools and resources they need to achieve their big goals.

New Supreme Court Decision Makes it Harder to Go After Copyright Infringers

Fans of Ruth Bader Ginsburg rejoiced at her return to the Supreme Court a few weeks ago. Copyright holders were, perhaps, less excited when they read Ginsburg’s decision in Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.Com.[1] Although the decision merely clarifies a procedural point relating to infringement litigation, makers who vigorously protect their IP rights are concerned about the delay the Court’s decision will add to the already time-consuming process of copyright litigation.

Pre-Nuptial Prep for Business Owners: What To Do Before Saying ‘I Do’

Whether you’re planning a traditional walk down the aisle or a quick dash to City Hall, getting married requires a certain amount of planning. Picking a honeymoon destination and getting a marriage license are probably on your to-do list—but is “business planning” on there, too?

Recorded Webinar: Legal Question & Answer With Kiffanie Stahle

Now is your chance to ask a lawyer all those legal questions that come up in your business! Kiffanie Stahle is the friendly legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. She’s also a photographer, fellow creative business owner, and lawyer living in beautiful Northern California.

Putting the Kids to Work in Your Craft Business

The big order comes in and it’s all hands on deck to get it processed and out the door. Photographing, packaging, and post office visits. If you have kids in the house there is a good chance you asked them to help, just to get the work done and maintain a level of sanity.

GDPR Checklist for Small Craft Businesses

GDPR regulations are now an important part of the internet, no matter where you’re located. Use this checklist to go through your business and website to be sure you’re dealing with customer privacy properly.

Recorded Webinar: Legal Q&A With Nakia D. Hansen

Now is your chance to ask a lawyer all those legal questions that come up in your business! Nakia D. Hansen is a New York State-licensed attorney and digital strategist who currently serves as Of Counsel at Odegard Law, a boutique law firm in New York City.

How to Become a Confident Negotiator: Expert Tips for Creative Business Owners

Negotiating a business relationship or contract on your own can be incredibly intimidating, especially if negotiation doesn’t come naturally for you. It didn’t come naturally to Katie Lane when she first started work as an attorney. She had to learn how to negotiate including how to help herself when she felt uncomfortable or intimidated.

Katie shares her expert tips for getting comfortable in your role as a negotiator when you own a creative business.

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