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Two Ways To Legally Protect Your Business Website

By Internet Lawyer, Website Lawyer, Website Legal Documents
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When your business has a website, you want to avoid lawsuits from customers and site visitors. And you hope that a government agency doesn’t decide to investigate you because you broke the law with your website’s content without knowing you did anything wrong.

Because even if you ultimately “win” a lawsuit or successfully defend yourself in a government investigation, your business still loses time and money.

Fortunately, there two simple things you can do to reduce the risk this will happen.

First, have a professional website legal compliance review performed by an experienced Internet business lawyer.

Second, get the right website legal documents (e.g., privacy policy, terms of use, refund policy, etc.) prepared that are designed to specifically protect your site.

Fortunately, you can outsource these tasks to someone instead of trying to do it yourself. Click here to learn more about getting a business website legal protection package. Or set up a phone consultation with Internet Business Attorney Mike Young.

Does Your Website Break The Law?

By Internet Lawyer, Website Lawyer

website legal complianceIf you’ve never had your website professionally reviewed for legal compliance, there’s a good chance you’re breaking one or more laws.

So, what’s the big deal?

Nothing…until you get sued or a government agency goes after you. In most cases, website owners can’t afford expensive lawsuits or government investigations.

And that’s why it’s important to reduce the risk of this danger happening if you own a website. Because prevention costs a lot less than paying to clean up a mess after the fact.

After all, do you want to lose everything you’ve worked so hard to build simply because of a few mistakes you didn’t even realize you’d made?

Now what if you had your website was professionally reviewed a few years ago but you’ve added new content to it since then?

Because Internet-related laws are constantly changing as countries and states create new ways to regulate e-commerce, what was okay to do online a couple years ago might be illegal today.

And, unless you’re an attorney who focuses on this niche of the law, you’re unlikely to know when you’ve crossed the line and exposed yourself to liability that could bankrupt you.

If you’re overdue for a website legal compliance review, it’s probably time to set up a phone consultation with Internet Business Lawyer Mike Young to discuss your site.