Should you form a corporation? If so, what kind? And how do you run your business after creating a legal entity? Figuring all this out is crucial if you want to protect your business—and yourself—in the eyes of the law. So today we’re continuing our series on legal issues that online entrepreneurs face and discussing how to structure your business at the outset to avoid problems down the line.
Listen in to learn your options for structuring your business, what’s typically the best choice for online entrepreneurs, and more. If you’re serious about your business—if it’s anything more than a hobby for you—then this is one episode you don’t want to miss.
Bobby Klinck is an intellectual property attorney, but he’s not your typical lawyer. Sure, he went to Harvard Law School and worked at some of the most prestigious firms in the country, but if you look at the big whiteboard in his office, you won’t see much about the law. His whiteboard is filled with tasks related to platform building, inbound marketing, and sales-funnels. Bobby is a full-fledged online entrepreneur, whose area of expertise is the law.