Brick and Mortar to Bits and Mobile: Legal Considerations for Doing Business Online

Brick and Mortar to Bits and Mobile: Legal Considerations for Doing Business Online

November 14, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Online Training


Business owners are generally familiar with legal issues in their regular day-to-day operations. However, as soon as your business goes online, it opens up a whole new set of questions.

  • How do contracts work online?
  • How do libel/slander laws work online?
  • What are the legal rules with selling online?
  • What are the laws a business must follow?
  • What are the legal obligations for a business if they are hacked?
  • What privacy issues should you be aware of?

Join us for this online webinar to find out.

Cost: $15

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For registrants unable to attend live, a link to the recording will be sent one day after the webinar’s conclusion.

 

About the presenter: Dallas Lain is Senior Counsel in the firm’s Cheyenne, Wyoming, office. Dallas joined Crowley Fleck in 2018 after practicing for several years in the areas of intellectual property, technology and regulatory compliance.  She has represented government agencies as well as clients in the telecommunications, internet and cable television industries. Her experience includes procurement and implementation of information technology systems, negotiating contracts for IT systems and services, and regulatory compliance issues. She assists clients in all stages of development, licensing, implementation and administration of SaaS and cloud services for enterprise users, as well as focusing on information and data privacy and security issues for technology and non-technology companies. Before joining Crowley Fleck, Dallas served as the Privacy Officer for the Wyoming Department of Health. She is admitted to practice in Wyoming and Colorado, and is a 1998 graduate of the University of Colorado School of Law.

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