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Internet, Data Privacy, and Intellectual Property Lawyer John DiGiacomo of RevisionLegal.com is back for the third and final part of our series on legal issues. So far, we’ve covered trademarks and patents, and today we’re wrapping up with a grab bag of legal questions to round out our series. Listen in to hear John’s insight and advice on a whole random host of legal issues that affect ecommerce entrepreneurs.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2JNV2St 

Direct download: EP223ECOMMERCEFUEL.mp3
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Today we’re going to talk about something you’ve probably heard about by now—and quite possibly are sick of hearing about—but it’s going to change the way we market in many ecommerce businesses. That’s right, I’m talking about the GDPR. I’ve brought John DiGiacomo of RevisionLegal.com back on the show to discuss what the law covers, what your liability is, and what could potentially happen if you don’t comply.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2rLKoEi 

Direct download: EP222.5ECOMMERCEFUEL.mp3
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Today we are continuing our legal series with Internet, Data Privacy, and Intellectual Property Lawyer John DiGiacomo of RevisionLegal.com. John specializes in both IP and businesses on the web—both subjects that a lot of lawyers don’t know much about—so it’s great to have him back on the show.

Last week we talked about all things patents, and today we’re going to do the same with trademarks. This is an interesting and relevant topic, especially given that Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 requires you to file a trademark if you want to have any kind of brand protection. Listen in to hear the crucial things you need to know when it comes to trademarks.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2rsA9EH

Direct download: EP222ECOMMERCEFUEL.mp3
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Today we’re going to kick off a three-part legal series with Internet, Data Privacy, and Intellectual Property Lawyer John DiGiacomo of RevisionLegal.com. John has been a phenomenal member of the eCommerceFuel Private Community, offering loads of expertise on everything to patents to trademarks to copyright infringement, and I knew I had to get him on the show to share his knowledge with podcast listeners, as well.

In this first episode of the series, we’ll be focusing on patents. There’s so much to know about the different types, costs, etc.—including whether getting a patent is worth it for stores in the $2 - $10 million range—and John’s here to straighten it all out for us.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2IYxkSO 

Direct download: EP221ECOMMERCEFUEL.mp3
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In the last couple of years, I’ve really been noticing more and more that people are feeling the pinch of wanting to hire a Director of eCommerce/COO for their businesses. And it makes sense, given the relief that can come from handing off the small details and logistics of running an ecommerce business so you can focus on high-level tasks. So today I have my good friend Michael Jackness of EcomCrew.com back for another episode to share the details of his recent experience hiring a Director/COO and how it changed his business for the better.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2GQfzc5 

Direct download: EP220ECOMMERCEFUEL.mp3
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