Shift the Risk from Yourself to Others
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Many businesses establish their online presence by having a website, but do you know what the law says about the information you display and collect? How do you determine whether or not you’re complying with regulation?
Our guest today is Josh Clayton who runs a private practice in Shreveport, Louisiana, and he will discuss some of the things you need to know about collecting information. Josh studied accounting but decided early on that he was cut out for law, so he went back to school for a law degree. He started his career at McKernan Law Firm in Baton Rouge, worked at the Hammond law firm of Anderson & Boutwell, and had a brief stint at an oil and gas outfit in Shreveport. He hung out his shingles in 2008 and has been in private practice ever since.
In this episode
- Collecting customer information via your website
- Privacy statements
- Determining just what should be included on your website
- How do you avoid assuming liability for the risks inherent in data collection?
- The role of trusted third-party intermediaries
- Use of non-disclosure language when collecting certain information
- Storing information on a safe server with firewall protection
- An LLC is a safe structure for most businesses
- Sometimes a CPA has better answers to the question of corporate structure
- Operating agreements and why you need one
- LLCs, APLCs, APMCs
- Use iron-clad agreements and corporate structures to prevent piercing of the corporate veil
- Licensing and reciprocity agreements for attorneys
- A tip on optimizing your URL for search engines
Let’s dive in and learn.
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