Prince was no stranger to legal matters and doing what was necessary to protect his intellectual property ownership. In 1993, we saw him change his name from Prince to The Artist[…]
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Just ten years after the launch of an e-bay store with a highly curated selection of vintage threads, Sophia Amoruso has turned both Nasty Gal and #GIRLBOSS into a serious creative[…]
I know what it’s like. You’ve been job hunting forever (and ever). Finally, you land a gig that is the perfect fit (for right now). You can finally relax a[…]
As a creative entrepreneur, you are probably exploring collaborations and partnerships with other peeps. These collabs are likely to manifest in the form of: A signature event A class A[…]
There are two very important (read: equally as important) steps in the trademark process. The first step is the trademark clearance, and second is the trademark registration. Usually, when peeps[…]
Most times, when I talk about copycats + thieves I do it from the perspective of you being the do-gooder who needs to protect their brand. But, in reality, you may be[…]
The one step you must take to legally protect your content, stop losing money + leverage your creativity for cash.
Hey there, amazing…. branding consultant photographer artist maker copy writer author blogger business coach entrepreneur… I’m willing to bet my entire week’s income that there is one thing you’re doing[…]
4 ways the law can supercharge your coaching business so you can impact more people and make more cash.
I wrote a guest blog post over on Rebecca Dickson’s blog that I’ll pretty much call my legal tell-all for business coaches of all kinds. I wanted to give a[…]