Catastrophe! Are you Ready?

Welcome to another eye-opening episode of Legit Podcast Pro, hosted by Gordon Firemark, The Podcast Lawyer™. In this episode, we explore a crucial topic that every podcaster and entrepreneur should consider: What happens to your show, your business, and your family if something unexpected happens to you?

Life is unpredictable, but with proper planning and preparation, you can confidently pursue your podcasting dreams while ensuring that everything continues running smoothly in your absence.

🔑 Key Takeaways:

  • Sharing a client's recent accident and fallout for business and family.
  • Protecting your podcast assets.
  • Ensuring business continuity.
  • Developing systems for operational continuity, including checklists, SOPs, and instructions.
  • Safeguarding your family's interests through estate planning and open communication.

Join us for a thoughtful discussion that combines Gordon's legal expertise with practical advice, so you can boldly go after the best while being prepared for the worst.

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📌 Workshop Mentioned:

Learn more about "Business & Legal Fundamentals for Podcast Growth & Profit" in our free workshop: http://event.podcastlaw.net

Connect with Gordon Firemark:

Website: http://gordonfiremark.com

LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/gfiremark

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Legit Podcast Pro
Exploring Podcasting through the legal and business lens from The Podcast Lawyer™, Gordon Firemark

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Gordon Firemark

Gordon Firemark (gordonfiremark.com) has practiced media and entertainment law in Los Angeles since 1992. Widely known as The Podcast Lawyer™ (ThePodcastLawyer.com), he has spent his career helping creative industry professionals make deals that make sense, and that get their productions developed, financed, produced and distributed. His practice also covers copyrights, trademarks, business transactions, and corporate matters for clients in media and entertainment.