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Why You Need A Podcast Guest Appearance Contract

Let’s talk about some annoying problems you might deal with without a podcast guest appearance contract. A podcast guest contract is there to put everyone on the same page in terms of how you operate when you bring guests on your podcast. So what’s the worst that could happen without one? Podcast Problem #1 – … Continue reading →

What is a Third Party?

If you’ve read a contract, or two, or three, you’ve heard this term a lot. But do you know what it means? By the end of this post, you’re going to understand what “third party” means whenever you see it in a contract, or a Privacy Policy or Terms of Use, or Membership Agreement, or … Continue reading →

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3 Times You’ll Need a Standard Non-Disclosure Template

Let’s talk through three times when you’ll need a standard non-disclosure template on hand. By the end of this post, you’re going to really have a good grasp on the three different times when I think you should have an NDA on hand. So what’s an NDA? NDA just means non-disclosure agreement. It’s also called … Continue reading →

6 Ways To Legally Use Photography In Your Content

Six little known ways to legally use photos in your content! Today, I’m going to be talking through using photos on Instagram, social media, blog posts and little ways that you might not quite be complying with the law. But don’t worry, by the end, you will understand how to navigate some of those tricky … Continue reading →

The Big Copyright Mistake You Might Be Making

Let’s talk about the surprise copyright mistake that you didn’t know you made… but you probably made. At a certain point, you’re starting to outsource things in your business. And a lot of people make this same mistake. So your business is growing, you’re starting to outsource things, you’re hiring a web designer, you’re hiring … Continue reading →

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Canva Licensing Terms in 2021

By far, one of my most popular posts to date has to do with the terms of use that you didn’t read before using Canva. The problem with this post is that it’s about a year old, and Canva has changed this licensing terms recently. So here’s a look at the Canva licensing terms in … Continue reading →

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What Representations and Warranties Are in a Contract

I’m breaking down common contract terms in “What’s In My Contract.” Today we will look at “representations and warranties.” That sounds really legal, doesn’t it? They’re in a lot of contracts, especially service contracts. And I’m going to tell you what representations and warranties are. So usually you will see representations and warranties broken down … Continue reading →

What Does WHEREAS Mean in a Contract?

Let’s talk about another common contracts term, shall we? In what’s in my contract, I break down some of those boilerplate, common contract terms that you might find in a lot of contracts, but maybe don’t quite understand. This time, we’re talking about “recitals.” What the heck are “Recitals”? You see them at the beginning … Continue reading →

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Cancel Culture Proof Your Online Business: 2 Lawyer-Approved Ways

So, cancel culture is a thing now. And it doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. If you operate a business online, you might be afraid of a little public social media shaming. In this post, I talk about two lawyer-approved ways to cancel culture proof your business while everything is still peachy. Cancel-culture-proof … Continue reading →