When you run a business that includes a website, it’s important to ensure that your company’s site complies with applicable laws and regulations. So you don’t get investigated by the government or sued by someone (or even get hit with a class action lawsuit).
Now, if you’ve never had a website legal compliance review, you’re definitely overdue. Because what your website includes (and omits) could be a ticking litigation time bomb.
What if you had a site compliance review a few years ago? Is it still good?
Between new content on your site plus new federal and state laws and regs, you’re still at risk. Your old content that was reviewed might be good. Yet it still needs to be looked at because of legal requirements that have changed.
So, how often should you get your site reviewed?
At least on an annual basis. Considered similar to an insurance policy…protection against claims you hope never happen.
And when you’re launching a new product/service on your business website, it’s always good idea to have a sales copy compliance review done for the new materials related to that product or service (without reviewing the whole website again).
Ready to reduce the legal dangers associated with your website? Set up a phone consultation with Business Website Lawyer Mike Young as the first step.