- Copyright protection and infringement,
trademark use and registration,
- partnership and joint venture agreements,
- corporations and limited liability companies; and, of course,
- the countless little deals related to development, financing, production and distribution of media content.
By a podcaster, for podcasters.
I’m also a podcaster. I actually came to the law after a career in production. So I know and understand these issues from the inside out. And I recognize how challenging it can be for small business owners to access the legal services, documents, and strategy that their larger counterparts get from in-house counsel and outside law firms.
From the lawyer who
wrote the book on Podcast Law
When I started podcasting, about 12 years ago, I began exploring the legal and business-affairs issues that arise in that medium, and I wasn’t surprised to learn that they’re fundamentally the same as the issues faced by Big Media. But, unless you’re a lawyer like me, you don’t have access to the release forms, host service agreements, advertising deal templates and the specialized legal knowledge and information needed to navigate things successfully. So, I wrote an e-book called The Podcast, Blog & New Media Producer’s Legal Survival Guide. That book goes a long way to shed some light on these kinds of issues.
But a book isn’t a substitute for actual, legal representation. In fact, using forms from a book or that you find on the internet, can actually increase your risk in some situations. And that’s why my book doesn’t include forms. I don’t want you taking those kinds of risks.
That’s why I’ve created an affordable legal service plan, just for podcasters like you.
I call it: