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[Ep #218] Tips to Avoid Common Legal Traps

Tips to Avoid Common Legal Traps

Richard Chapo is a lawyer based in San Diego, California. He’s been practicing law for 25 years and advising online businesses for the last 17, working proactively to decrease the potential exposure to lawsuits for today’s web-based entrepreneurs.

Oh yes, and I’ve been told that he is not related to the Mexican drug lord El Chapo…as far as we know.

On today’s show Richard will share:

  • One clause to add to your Terms and Conditions to eliminate most lawsuits from customers.
  • Taking advantage of the “get out of jail free” copyright infringement card the DMCA provides businesses.
  • The key step to take up front if you are going to have one or more partners to avoid problems down the road.

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About Richard: 

Richard Chapo is a lawyer based in San Diego, California. He’s been practicing law for 25 years and advising online businesses for the last 17. He is not related to the Mexican drug lord El Chapo…as far as you know.

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