The ‘Be Legally Savvy in your Business’ Workshop Series
This is the third workshop in our new series on Being Legally Savvy in your business.
Workshop 3: Developing contracts and websites issues – what you need to know
About this workshop
Jake Grant and Jennifer Ashlan explain the ins an outs of what a business owner should know about developing contracts and what documents a business owner needs to have in place to sell products or services to customers.
They will cover the following topic areas:
What documents do I need to have in place to sell products or services to customers?
What legal documents/clauses do I need for my website?
Prof Retha Wiesner, WiRE Program Director, Institute for Resilient regions, University of Southern Queensland.
Jake has acted for and advised public and private sector clients for over 15 years across a range of industries including technology, telecommunications and financial services on commercial, technology, procurement and intellectual property transactions. With a strong background in both in-house and private practice, Jake’s focus is on leveraging his commercial and intellectual property experience to deliver practical advice and workable solutions for clients.
Lawyer, McCullough Robertson
Jennifer is a lawyer in the Intellectual Property and Competition team, specialising in IT, privacy, and Intellectual Property law. Jennifer advises clients across a variety of industries on privacy and data protection, commercial and IT-related contracts, IP and confidential information protection, and risk management. Jennifer has a Masters of Intellectual Property Law, accredited by the World Intellectual Property Organisation.
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The “Be Legally Savvy in your Business” workshop series is brought to you by McCullough Robertson.
McCullough Robertson is an in-kind partner of the WiRE program.
McCullough Robertson is an independent Australian law firm with more than 350 staff spread across four offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne. Operating for over 92 years, they work with major Australian and foreign owned corporations, financial institutions, governments and high net worth individuals. Their legal specialists combine their experience, technical expertise and imagination to deliver commercial, practical and tailored solutions.
Their Community Partnership Program (CPP) is a framework through which they promote and embody their firm values, facilitating sustainable economic, social and cultural change in areas of the community most in need. They take a long term approach to investing in their communities and, true to their nature, focus their efforts in areas where they can bring all of their resources to the table in a shared value approach.