Dane Sanders is joined by business lawyer Rachel Rodgers to talk about the importance of getting your legal house in order as a creative entrepreneur. If you’re tempted to skip this episode in an effort to save yourself from a half hour of legalese, don’t. Rachel has a knack for making law fun. This conversation might just change your perspective on how getting yourself set up legally can create massive opportunity for you and your business.
Some of the topics covered:
- Rachel’s path non-traditional path to building her law practice.
- The opportunities licensing your intellectual property creates.
- Why it’s important to lay a solid legal foundation for your business.
- How to get your legal house in order without spending a fortune.
Rachel is a business lawyer, intellectual property strategist, creator of Small Business Bodyguard and all around legal badass. She runs a non-traditional law firm—Rachel Rodgers Law Office P.C.—that has successfully disrupted the legal industry and made it easy (and damn fun) for innovative companies, startup and entrepreneurs to work with experienced attorneys and get the legal help they need to do the crazy stuff they want to do. Her firm has been featured in Forbes, The Washington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, and more, while Rachel herself has been featured in and contributed to various media outlets and publications such as Fast Company, MSNBC, The Huffington Post, Amex Open Forum and others.
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