Legal-EASE for Entrepreneurs: Empowering Creatives About the Legal Aspects of Running a Business
About This Show
Legal-EASE for Entrepreneurs is the only podcast dedicated to educating and empowering creatives and small business owners to tackle the legal aspects of their business. Starting a new business can be a daunting task. The last thing most entrepreneurs want to worry about is the legal aspects of their business. And that's why I'm here - to ease the legal struggles you face in your business.
I spent 6 years in BigLaw and working for a Fortune 500 company, learning the ins and outs of drafting contracts, tax planning and intellectual property law.
My goal is to share my knowledge with everyday entrepreneurs, because I know what it's like to build a business from the ground up.
We'll cover all legal aspects of running your business, from legalizing your website, what entity to choose, which contracts you need for your business, how to protect your intellectual property, how to protect yourself from lawsuits and common legal mishaps!
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Most Recent Episode
Ep. 60 - Kunbi Odubogn of Aisle Perfect Talks Planning Her Wedding Helped Her Launch Her Popular Wedding Blog
When Kunbi was planning her wedding – she didn’t find too many blogs with brides that looked like her. So she created Aisle Perfect as a personal journal to manage her overwhelm of planning her wedding. Today, Aisle Perfect is a wedding blog dedicated to providing romantic inspiration to the discerning bride. As a go-to wedding planning source for brides covers everything from wedding tips, bridal fashion and much more. As a matter of fact, Kunbi has also launched Aisle Perfect Living - a more personal account of her life after the wedding. In addition to running Aisle Perfect, Kunbi is a business immigration attorney with a passion for start-ups. In this episode, Kunbi and I talk about why she started her blog, how it quickly caught on, when she decided to monetize her content, and some of the challenges and day to do of managing an inspiration blog. Lastly, Kunbi and I discuss Kunbi’s and her husband’s struggle with infertility – a subject that has affected so many families. She talks about how difficult it was to talk about it with her African family, how she discovered so many women suffer in silence and how sharing her story can encourage other women. **Thanks to special guest Rana Campbell, host of the Dreams in Drive podcast for filing in for me after losing my voice. Make sure to checkout her inspirational podcast. Read more »