Do you have an online course? Or do you have one brewing in that beautiful brain of yours? As online course creation has become more popular over the years, I’ve been getting more and more questions from clients about what they need to be doing to protect their course content and your business. (Yup - even having an online course has legal implications.) In this Legal quickie episode, I’m breaking down some of the legal stuff you ought to be thinking about before you hit “publish”on your online course.
Find complete show notes at: www.annettestepnian.com/podcast/24.
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