Setting up as a freelancer
Making sure you are a contractor
Making sure you're a contractor how to ensure it
Owning Copyright and Design Rights in your Business
Different rewards for freelancers
How to make sure you get paid
What to do when things go wrong
The law affects freelancers in all manner of ways. Whether you're signing a contract with a client, posting images on your social media platforms or simply registering your business. Knowing what your legal requirements are, the common pitfalls and how the law affects your freelance business could keep you out of hot water.
Clive Rich has been a lawyer for over 30 years. He is a Barrister, Mediator and Arbitrator. He has extensive experience in the creative, media and technology sectors having worked with companies such as Warner, Sony, and Bertelsmann as well as negotiating and drafting agreements for MySpace, MTV, Sandisk and the Royal Opera House.
He is the founder and Chairman of LawBite, an online Law-tech platform providing Simple Law for Small Business (www.lawbite.co.uk). LawBite provides a range of simple legal documents covering everything a small business needs, together with its own software tools enabling sharing, editing, e-signing and storage. LawBite also wraps a virtual law firm around the Platform so that affordable personal advice from its team of experienced lawyers is available at the touch of a button. Clive is also the author of 'Small Business Law for Dummies'