While looking for something else, I recently came across the Powerpoint slides I used for a presentation on the Legal Issues Involved in Blogging. Until I fully update the presentation, the original version is available after the jump.
Last month, Daniel Ingersoll joined me on Power of Attorney to discuss the process of starting an Internet business. As part of that discussion, Daniel outlined a number steps that are often overlooked by new entrepreneurs, who may have a great vision for their fledgling business but lack experience in the logistics of starting a new endeavor. After forming an entity for the business, Daniel advises that a new entrepreneur:
What would you think if you found out your supervisor
continued to read your personal emails on your company-issued smartphone - after you resigned? That’s precisely what plaintiff alleged happened
in Lazette v. Kulmatycki, et al., a
case being litigated in the United States District Court for the Northern
District of Ohio. (June
5, 2013, Carr, J.)