Business Law 101 is where you take your business and legal knowledge to the next level. You'll learn important legal concepts that every entrepreneur and business owner must know. You’ll learn how to avoid many of the horror stories you’ve heard about. You’ll learn everything from legal concepts to what to do when you find yourself in a dispute with a client or with other businesses. Sign up now to gain the legal edge!
Follow this step by step guide to start your business legally. I will teach you how to:
- Pick a business name (that gets the most protection and is not infringing on others)
- Choose an entity
- Apply for your licenses and permits needed
- Learn about the most important clauses in a business contract that will protect if things go south
- Understand the types of business insurance and choose what's right for you (if any)
Learn the legal fundamentals every entrepreneur needs to know, delivered in a simple, fast, effective video course.
Get a Crash Course in Business Law
Our Business Law 101 course will walk you through the steps of setting up your business, legally. We’ll cover topics like choosing a business name, applying for applicable licenses and permits, important business contract clauses, types of business insurance, and more. Business Law 101 simplifies the confusing legal issues many entrepreneurs face, giving you the confidence you need to launch or grow your startup.
Who is Business Law 101 for?
Online entrepreneurs, side hustles, startups, and any business within the first couple of years that has not hired an attorney. It is designed to equip and empower you with legal information so that you can make informed decisions for your business.
The information in Business Law 101
teaches you how to protect your business in its early stages and how to handle the paperwork involved in starting a business. While most of it is easy to understand and simple, you will also learn about more complex issues that you should avoid (that you may have never heard of) using real-life business mistakes. In other words, this course is designed to save you the time of scouring the internet and give you the peace of mind that you are on the right track legally. We are not your attorney but we will give you good information and help you make your own decisions that are best for your business!
Who is Business Law 101 NOT for?
Startups that are looking to raise capital from investors that may be subject to SEC regulations. Anyone that can afford thousands for a lawyer to make sure you are planning correctly should strongly consider it. Typically, anyone that relies on a business for their livelihood (usually as a full-time business) should strongly consider using a lawyer to get personalized advice. But, if you are not ready to invest in a lawyer for your business yet, Drafted Legal is providing you with the next best options.