Social Media Lawyer
Legal issues with social media influencers
SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER ATTORNEY
Suppose you are a social influencer looking to make income on your social platforms like Youtube, Tik Tok, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, etc. In that case, you must be aware of “very” essential aspects of influencer agreements and contracts. Here at Hess-Verdon & Associates, we offer a free consultation.
Social Media Attorney and Influencer Contracts
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Does a Social influencers need a Social media lawyer?
Lawyer social media influencers
As social media influencers, you will be surrounded by many legal risks, which can stem from copyright infringement, contract issues, and federal trade commission topics that can influence your social media platforms. Also, if you have any intellectual property, your unique challenges are to protect them; thus, social media attorneys are your right-hand person.
When searching for influencer contracts, etc., you can google “do it yourself” type contracts on the web. It is essential, however, to have your contracts created based on what best suits you.
How Can Influencers Benefit From Hiring a Social Media Lawyer?
Here at Hess-Verdon & Associates law firm, as a social media attorney, we have built our legal services to assist social media influencers in building their lifelong brand. We do this by ensuring you take many facets like business formation, contractual law, trust and estate planning so that you can focus on building your brand.
Always make wise decisions and protect your hard work and efforts!
ARE INFLUENCERS REQUIRED TO DISCLOSE THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH BRANDS?
When you work with our team of lawyers, we set up an initial face-to-face meeting to discuss options such as disclosures and your best options to ensure the marketing agencies you work with maintain the joint venture with you.
Call us today and work with Jillyn Hess-Verdon. After 30+ years of working with high-end clients throughout California.
WHO OWNS CONTENT CREATED BY AN INFLUENCER?
In the legal industry, it is always asked, “who is the ownership of the content? Is the content creator who owns it, or does the contract supersede the ownership interest of content usage?” Once again, this topic can vary, and that’s why a properly worded contract can assist you in maintaining ownership should that be your primary interest. Now, the product supplier, for example, may have different intentions. They may even have you sign a non-compete clause in the contract.
WHAT IS A MULTI-CHANNEL NETWORK (MCN) AGREEMENT?
To learn about MCNs, here are a few links to review:
How Can a Social Media Lawyer Help with Intellectual Property Protection?
It’s all about infringement on social media platforms. You will ultimately have a lot of intellectual property ownership on the web, and perhaps whether intentionally or not, you infringe on other parties’ rights. When it comes to the Internet, and being front-and-center, many of our clients pass all situations through us. Here at Hess-Verdon & Associates, you will find our team of lawyers protecting you from financial and reputational harm.
WHAT A SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER SHOULD KNOW
As a Social Media Influencer, one of your objectives is to ensure that the advertiser doesn’t take advantage of you because you didn’t know what you were signing. Yes, the dollar amount offered is probably something you never made before. Exciting! Some influencers can make seven figures selling specific products. But one fails to see the tiny letters that hold you accountable when things go wrong, meaning the contracts are always written to protect the product supplier.
SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCER AGREEMENT
If you want to be an influencer for many years, congratulations! It’s an exciting way to live one’s life, and we congratulate you. However, we know the “ugly” side when contracts don’t play in your favor. That is why you need an experienced social media influencer lawyer who knows FTC guidelines and focuses on trust & estate planning and business formation. Your short-and-long-term-play is a trust attorney that knows the ins and outs of contracts, how to protect your assets, and more. Hess-Verdon & Associates are well versed in steps that an Influencer must do to protect their hard work and effort. Don’t look for an easy way out or jump quickly to making decisions. Your first contract appropriately done can help lead you to financial success.
Contact us today and be a social media influencer for years to come!