As you may know, I am an attorney in real life. I have received quite a few emails and have been asked at blogging conferences about legal issues. I get emails and tweets daily asking me about various issues that bloggers, online professional, and entrepreneurs experience with regard to legal, regulatory, and ethical situations relating to the online world.
I have created the Digital (Online) Rights and Blog Law™ series to address these questions. It’s an ongoing series and I encourage your comments and questions.
If you have any questions please let me know and I’ll do my best to answer them. I can not advise on specific matters that you are experiencing, as I do not have an attorney/client relationship with you. My goal is to provide information for bloggers, online professionals and entrepreneurs so they can continue to grow their business despite the quagmire that is often called ‘the law’.
I have also written for other online publications, with the following being my most highly read articles.
- Social Media Promotions and the Law: What You Need to Know
- 12 Most Applicable Laws for the Online Pro
- How Free Speech and Social Media Fit Together
- Are You Disclosing? What You Need to Know about FTC Rules and Social Media
- Tips to Avoid Ethical Pitfalls in Blogging and Social Media
- Copyright Fair Use and How it Works for Online Images
- 12 Most Useful Things to Know About Social Media and Defamation
- What Marketers Need to Know About the New FTC Disclosures
- 5 Laws Every Crisis Manager Needs To Know
- 5 Top Legal Issues For Authors and Self Publishers
You may contact me by using my contact page or sending an email to sara (at) savingforsomeday (dot) com. If you have a group or organization you would like me to speak to or host a workshop please let me know. I am also available to write for other publication on a range of legal topics.
Disclosure: While I am a lawyer, I am not offering legal advice. Posts on legal matters are intended to provide legal information and do not create an attorney/client relationship nor are they to be considered legal advice.