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7 Simple Ways to Protect Yourself Legally When Starting a Business
Recorded Webinar (online)
business structure, legal compliance
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In this webinar, you will learn seven smart steps you can take as an entrepreneur to keep your business on solid legal ground,  from building a foundation to maintaining compliance.

Charley Moore, CEO and founder of Rocket Lawyer will break down these simple practices that can help you confidently run your business. Instead of looking back and being weighed down by legal question marks, you can look forward to bringing your dream to life.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to build the right legal foundation from the start
  • How to protect yourself and your assets when starting a business
  • How to ensure you are compliant in your state
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Most small businesses and entrepreneurs don’t have access to affordable legal services. At Rocket Lawyer, we want to make the digital tools of justice available to more people than ever before. Since our founding in 2008, nearly 30 million people have created Rocket Lawyer accounts. That equates to over 1 in 9 American adults who can make and sign legal documents, get affordable attorney advice, and incorporate their businesses with confidence. That's legal made simple®.

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About the presenters
Charley Moore - Rocket Lawyer
Charley Moore
Charley Moore is the Founder and CEO of Rocket Lawyer Incorporated, an entrepreneur and legal commentator.
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