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Entrepreneur's Guide To Building A Solid Legal Foundation

Free On-Demand Masterclass

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Learn How to Legally Protect Your Business and Brand

This power-packed online masterclass will teach you how to establish a solid legal foundation for your business and brand. Whether you are a new entrepreneur that's just getting started or have been in business for years and want to legally protect what you've built, this is the masterclass for you.

Here's a sample of what we'll cover:

Dayna Thomas, Esq. | Attorney & Business Coach

Dayna Thomas, Esq. is a trusted and influential trademark and entrepreneurship attorney and author in the Atlanta area and nationwide. As one of the nation’s most sought-after brand attorneys, Dayna has helped thousands of business owners establish solid foundations for their new and exciting ventures in entrepreneurship. Along with being named in The National Black Lawyers – Top 100, selected as a Legal Elite by Georgia Trend, and named as an Icon of Atlanta by GoDaddy, Dayna has been featured in over 100 publications and events to teach and encourage creatives and entrepreneurs worldwide. In her daily grind, Dayna is dedicated to helping aspiring and current entrepreneurs make more money and live more fulfilled lives. 

"Dayna is the best attorney I’ve ever had! I truly mean that. She does an excellent job at taking complex information and conveying it in simple terms. She is adept at what it takes to legally operate a business. Plus, she goes above and beyond to assist in any way she can." - Taj S.

  • Getting your "legal ducks in a row"

  • How to protect your ideas

  • The difference between sole-proprietorships, LLCs, S-corps, C-corps, and partnerships, and which one is right for your business

  • The best way to hire and formalize business relationships to avoid conflict and unnecessary taxes

  • Contracts that you must have as an entrepreneur and the important terms of each

  • How to make sure that you actually own your logo and other content that you did not create yourself

  • The difference between copyrights and trademarks and how each can help increase your revenue

  • The best way to protect your brand name and logo from copycats

  • What you absolutely need in order to be eligible for a federal trademark

  • How to set yourself up to sell or franchise your business

  • Three important ways to keep your personal assets safe from business risks

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