Legal documents you need to protect your business, brand & website.
When it comes to your website design, you my friend are creating more than a website. Whether you are working with a designer or taking the DIY approach, you website is a symbol of the life you are creating for yourself. You have put in a lot hours, probably a few tears, and a ton of effort. So why wouldn’t you take the steps needed for protecting your business, brand and website in the legal arena.
I am of course talking about the legal documents your website needs, and today wanted to share with you the legal documents you want to always include on your website.
Take a look at this Website Wednesday chat with Business Coach Nancy Ganzekaufer and myself to learn more…
The Website Disclaimer
Your website disclaimer is the most basic level of website protection. It helps prevent confusion as to what it is that you do, and disclaims your liability. It also advises your website visitors to use their best judgement when using your website, and that if they don’t agree with your terms they should not use your website at all.
- Referral Links & Agreements
- Intellectual Property Licenses
- Limitation of Liability
- Governing Law
How to get these documents
There are many resources online that offer these templates, such as
One thing they all have in common, is the disclaimer that you should see a legal representative in your area, to ensure the documents are truly protecting you and your business. So you may want to just start there right away when it comes time to protecting your business.