It’s incredibly important to protect yourself legally when you are growing a business. Listen up to learn the essential “legal” pieces that entrepreneurs need.
Owner of Odegard Law
The Biggest Legal Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make with Jenny Odegard
Jenny Odegard owner of a New York City-based law firm that focuses on legal services for creatives and entrepreneurs. Today, she and her business partner Nakia Hansen work with boutique marketing agencies, influencers, beauty entrepreneurs, tech companies, artists, and many other wonderful and creative New Yorkers. Their client roster includes an array of industries such as marketing, production, fashion design, and more. Jenny prides itself on treating her specialty clients with the legal attention they deserve. From implementing trademarks and copyrights to providing guidance on laws that directly affect business, her law firm, Odegard Law, handles all legal matters so that innovators can do what they do best.
Welcome, Jenny thanks so much for being here!
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Some questions I asked:
You are geared towards legal services for creatives and entrepreneurs. How did you pick that niche?
When is the right time for a new entrepreneur to find a lawyer to work with?
How much should a new entrepreneur budget for and what should their first steps be?
What are the essential “legal” pieces that entrepreneurs need?
What are the biggest mistakes people make when they first start their business?
Our listeners are often nervous about introducing contracts into my workflow with clients, how do you do it without implying that you don’t trust them?
In the online world with social media, is there anything that we should be aware of with all the changes happening in the online space?
Where can people learn more about you?
What is your final word of wisdom and an action someone should take after listening to this podcast today?
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