Author David McCuaig
You have the killer business idea. You have saved up your money or found the right investors. You know your industry inside and out and are confident that you will demolish the competition. But when it comes time to set up your business structure, do you know the difference between a corporation and a partnership?
In our last post, we discussed the potential pitfalls surrounding paid social media influencers and advertising laws. In this week’s follow up, we will discuss the best way to keep yourself out of trouble, by developing and drafting a watertight social media policy. Step One: Review and Learn the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Guides. Guides
We at SONA LEGAL love social media, and not just because it’s a great way to keep in touch with family and friends, find out about awesome new destinations, or learn about cool new events in town. We love it because it helps our clients grow and fulfill their potential. It can make the difference