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Take control of your destiny with the Queen of Business Law! Join Kelly Bagla, Esq., author of “Go Legal Yourself!”, as she cuts through the often complicated and overwhelming legal side of owning a business. The Legal Lifecycle of a business is broken down into simple, winning strategies to launch an entrepreneurs’ dream into reality and give business owners what they really need to ultimately succeed, the right way! Now on Apple PodcastsSpotify or better yet, get the Go Legal Yourself APP and never miss an episode or bonus content!

May 15, 2018

Today we’re going to be discussing the 8th legal issue facing entrepreneurs, “Should I use a non disclosure agreement?” So what is a NDA? What types are there? Here are just two types:

  • Mutual non disclosure agreements
  • One-way non disclosure agreements

A well drafted non disclosure agreement will help protect...


May 9, 2018

This is the 7th in a 10 part series on the ten legal issues facing entrepreneurs. Today we’re discussing “What should I do if I get sued?” This is not a subject most people want to even talk about. But it’s really important and best to prepare for when you get sued, rather then be caught off-guard. You don’t...


May 3, 2018

I’m so pleased to share with you this episode and interview with Brian Smith, Founder of UGG and author of The Birth of a Brand. Brian shares with us his stories, steps, and challenges taken to create the internationally successful brand UGG.

The motivation to start, part-time jobs, a lucky break, the first...


Apr 24, 2018

Today we’re going to be discussing the 6th legal issues facing entrepreneurs, “Am I probably protecting my business name?” Many businesses begin by using a company name only to find out that another company has been using that exact same business name.

You need to do a “trademark search” on the web. The other...


Apr 17, 2018

The fifth in our 10 episode podcast series of legal issues facing entrepreneurs is “How should I structure my partnership agreement?” Many new companies fail due to the fact that there never was a well written partnership agreement in place that spelled-out the duties and obligations of each partner and cover all...