Sign Up Now for Internet Law Workshop Waiting List, Get the Live Stream Link and Book
Tuesday’s free “7 Shocking Legal Gotchas That Can Shut Down Your Online Business, and What to Do About it!” Internet How Meet-up in Santa Clarita is now at capacity, but host Chaz Key of Nine Eye Interactive Media (http://nineeye.com) has just made special arrangements to make the live Internet stream available to everyone who signs up for the workshop’s waiting list.
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“Add yourself to the waiting list and you will get the stream link,” Key said. “Sign up and watch your email this weekend for updates.”
To sign up and RSVP for the workshop streaming live on Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time, click here: http://www.nineeye.com/internetlaw/.
Key, a Los Angeles SEO expert, Internet marketer and founder of Santa Clarita-based Nine Eye, will welcome Internet law expert and author Frederick L. (“Chip”) Cooper, Esq., who is based in Atlanta, as the workshop’s guest instructor.
This will be Key’s first “Internet How” workshop to feature a guest speaker live-streamed from an outside location.
Cooper’s presentation will be based on his latest book, “7 Shocking Legal Gotchas That Can Shut Down Your Online Business, and What to Do About it!” He has conducted more than 60 workshops to help business owners around the country.
Everyone who attends Tuesday’s “Internet How” class or signs up for the waiting list and live stream link will receive a free 183-page PDF of Cooper’s entire book at the end of the session.
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As a practicing attorney representing businesses, and an Adjunct Professor teaching Software Law for 20 years at the Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, N.C., Cooper has been on top of developments in software and Internet law for three decades.
Cooper is an expert in website legal compliance, Internet law, online intellectual property law, and online software distribution and marketing, among other specializations.
“Somebody suggested this topic to me: Pick out the top seven nastiest, worst, gnarliest legal “gotchas” you can think of based on your experience, and come up with the title for the worst ones, call them legal gotchas – blunders, whatever you want – that could shut down your business, and that would get some people’s attention,” Cooper said. “And it has. I just chose what I thought were the top seven that would generally apply, wrote a book about it among other things, and that’s how the topic came into being.”
Find out more about Cooper here.
Learn More About Chaz Key, ‘Internet How’ and ‘SEO So Easy’
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Source: Santa Clarita News
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