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Play this Training TuneUp with attorney Eve Brown to get the down low on sales agreements and what you need to be aware of when it comes to doing any type of business or arrangement with others. During this time, you don't need to log in or purchase this TuneUp to watch it.
Eve Brown, Principal at Bricolage Law, makes talking about contracts pleasant and definitely less scary. Let's put it this way: the more you know up front about any kind of relationship you are entering into, be it a lease agreement with another business, or a payment structure for your services, the more you have spelled out on paper that you both have signed, the easier it is to enforce it, and talk about it if something isn't working. And guess what? Eve gives you permission to have that contract on a napkin. That's right. Just have something. In this Training TuneUp, Tin Shingle's co-founder Katie Hellmuth Martin hosts Eve to give you information you need to know on sales agreements, contracts for business agreements, and why a contract is important even when no money is exchanged. Inspired by a question from a Tin Shingler in our member-only Community Boards who was searching for advice on how to prepare an agreement, we reached out to Eve to deliver on an entire TuneUp devoted to this topic.
This Training TuneUp is available to you to watch for free for a limited time! Normally, members of Tin Shingle can watch all TuneUps at any time, and non-members can purchase their favorites. This week only, enjoy this TuneUp for free.
Eve J. Brown is the co-founder and Principal of Bricolage Law, LLC, a boutique firm that supports startups by offering easy access to the legal and business advice entrepreneurs need in order to survive the critical development and growth stages. Eve is an experienced professor, attorney, speaker, and author. She has taught entrepreneurship and intellectual property law at MIT, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern, Suffolk University, and Indiana University. She has presented at numerous national conferences on the topics of entrepreneurship, startups, and intellectual property. She has helped over 200 small businesses launch, develop, fight bullies, and grow. Eve's passion is in supporting founders and independent businesses, and in educating new generations of entrepreneurs and leaders.
Eve is the co-author of the book "IP Strategy: Complete Intellectual Property Planning, Access, and Protection," as well as several articles on entrepreneurship, IP, and startups.