Ep. 69: Do’s and Don’t’s of Content Sharing

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Ep. 69: Do’s and Don’t’s of Content Sharing
Aug 8 '1638m
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On today’s show, I’m interviewing my friend and trusted legal mentor, Kristen Roberts of Trestle Law! She’s sharing her thoughts on how you can protect your business from the beginning, when to determine if you need to consult with a lawyer, and what is and isn’t okay when it comes to content sharing. We're back with our 69th episode of the Fed+Fit Podcast! Remember to check back every Monday for a new episode and be sure to subscribe on iTunes! Find us HERE on iTunes and be sure to "subscribe." Episode 69 Links Trestle Law Episode 69 Transcription On today’s episode, I’m interviewing my friend and trusted legal mentor, Kristen Roberts of Trestle Law. She’s sharing her thoughts on how you can protect your business from the very beginning, when to determine if you need to consult with a lawyer, and what is and what isn’t ok when it comes to sharing digital content. Cassy Joy: And we’re back with another episode of the Fed and Fit podcast. I’m so excited about today’s interview. We’re talking to one of the most lovely, vivacious, wonderful, smartest gals I know. {laughs} Kristen Roberts: Oh my gosh, I have so much to live up to! {laughs} Cassy Joy: {laughing} Her name is Kristen Roberts. She is the founder and managing attorney of Trestle law. Trestle Law focuses on intellectual property, business and employment services for socially conscious and socially responsible businesses. She is a friend of mine, and also my attorney. {laughs} I’m so excited to say. Kristen, thank you so much for coming on the show today. Kristen Roberts: Thank you so much for having me, Cassy. I’m really excited to be here. It’s going to be a lot of fun today. Cassy Joy: I know. We’re going to have a good time. We’ve got some good questions lined up. Kristen has a wealth of information. I don’t know how much; I’ve talked to her on so many things over the years. I guess we’ve known each other about a year now, haven’t we? Kristen Roberts: Yeah. I feel like we really got to know each other at last PaleoFx, right? Cassy Joy: We did. That’s right. We had great conversations there, and she’s just given me really, really solid advice over the years. She works with a number of my colleagues in the industry; a lot of other bloggers, and then of course her business expands much past that. If you’re a business owner looking for help in the law sector, I highly recommend her. I trust her, and she does amazing work. Anyways, I’m excited to have her on the show today. We’re going to talk about; really, we’re going to zoom in on what to do to protect your business from the beginning, when do you need a lawyer, and then also talk about sharing information in the digital age, kind of as a mini-PSA. In this blogging world, so much information is online. When is it ok to share someone else’s information, when is not ok. And then what you can do to not only protect yourself, but what do you do if your content is borrowed. So I just think those are good grounds to cover. But before we get into all of that, I would love to pass the baton over to Kristen. Tell us a little bit more about yourself, more about your business, and maybe what are some of the favorite parts of your job. Kristen Roberts: Well sure, I don’t mind telling you about my job. Lawyering is, I would say, it’s a lot more just client management and really setting client expectations appropriately and kind of just doing the right thing and being a good person. Because so much of it is relationship development, and that I think is probably just to start at what my favorite part is. I would say that’s probably my favorite part of owning my own law firm, is I get to work with the people I want to work with and that I respect and that I like, and you know, that are really kind of putting a great message out into the world and I can kind of help elevate and support that message. So that’s my favorite part of my job. My background is,

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