How To Create A Legal Plan To Cover Your Business Risks With Autumn Witt Boyd
Legal is intimidating unless you’re a lawyer so who better than a lawyer to make it feel simple and straightforward so we can get it covered and get back to our less scary zone of genius?
Autumn Witt Boyd walks you through a reasonable risk-based approach to covering your business butt that will have you sleeping soundly.
Nine times out of ten in the online world, legal demands come from unhappy customers and can be solved with a refund.
We talk about
- How to set your legal foundation
- Creating a legal plan for your business
- When it’s time to get a lawyer of your own
- Your terms versus your contract versus their contract and what to use when
- 5 areas that even advanced businesses need to consider to ensure they are legally covered
- Autumn’s lifestyle boundary for her business
- The worst cookie-cutter advice Autumn’s been given on her lifestyle business
Autumn Witt Boyd graduated in the top 10% of her class from Vanderbilt University Law School (a Top 20 law school) before ultimately landing as a senior associate at the premier copyright litigation law firm for photographers and stock photography agencies.
After spending the first 10 years of her career battling over copyrights and business issues in courtrooms across the U.S., Autumn left BigLaw behind to start the AWB Firm in 2015 so she could spend her days helping entrepreneurs build, protect, and scale their businesses the right way, instead of fighting with other lawyers.
When it comes to intellectual property and business strategies, Autumn is known as a thought leader in the online business community, working with influencers like Amy Porterfield, Chalene Johnson, Corinne Crabtree, and many more, to help them avoid costly legal mistakes while scaling their businesses. She’s also passionate about making sure solopreneurs and side hustlers who may just be getting started have access to the type of protection they need to build their business on a solid legal foundation with customizable contract templates.
Autumn is mom to twin boys, Sam and Tyson, and daughter Vivian. Her husband David is also an entrepreneur — he runs a construction estimating company, Quantify, LLC, and invests in real estate development projects. She definitely knows a thing or two about juggling!
Autumn loves to socialize (over coffee, or better yet, a glass of champagne!), read a good novel, monogram and put glitter on anything that sits still long enough, travel to new places, finish half marathons, and spend time outdoors.
Autumn is licensed to practice in Tennessee.
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