Knowing what legal documents to have in place in your business with your art can feel extremely daunting, especially when you don’t have the right lawyer to help guide you in the beginning of your business life. Luckily I sat down with Chris Mitchell, one of the top Arts and Entertainment attorneys in New York City, to give us an overview of where to begin and how to look at your business with your art from a legal standpoint, in order to protect your work in ways you may not have considered, including your intellectual property. Having these documents in place will not only protect your work from a legal standpoint but will also contribute to growing your profits, even if you haven’t made a profit in your business yet.
Whether you are just starting out as an artistic business or are a seasoned business owner, this discussion is packed full of valuable information to help you achieve the right mindset to prepare your business for financial growth. This discussion is packed with legal and financial tips that you may want to take notes on! You don’t want to miss this!
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What questions do you have about the legal side of your business with your art? Have concerns about your intellectual property, partnerships, when to separate your business finances from your personal? Wondering how to get your business off the ground or take it to the next level? Leave your answers in the comments below, as your sharing helps more artists than you realize, and helps us help you move your business forward!