Drafting of the statutes, formalities for setting up a business, compliance with the CNIL, legal notices, CGV and so on! When he starts his business, the entrepreneur faces a real obstacle course from a legal point of view. And I know what I’m talking about, I’ve been there too… In partnership with CWT Advertising & co’m, Thiébaut Devergranne, doctor of law, offers you 2 hours of free training allowing you to protect yourself from the main legal threats weighing on young companies. Discover the program and register for free in the rest of this article…

We do not always have the opportunity to be able to be advised by a lawyer when we get started, which is free! This two-hour webinar will provide you with valuable information to protect you from a legal perspective.

Training & Co'm

Thiébaut Devergranne, 10 years of experience including 6 as legal counsel for the Prime Minister’s services, offers CWT Advertising & Co’m readers a 2 hour session of free advice.

Places are limited, I invite you to register now and to block in your agenda the appointment of March 3 at 5:00 p.m.. The training will be done online, so you can benefit from it wherever you are.

Register for the webinar “The 7 risks that threaten web entrepreneurs”

The training program

Here is what you will learn during the webinar:

  1. The most critical tax mistakes you make that cost you thousands of dollars!
  2. How to protect your intellectual property, avoid being plagiarized, how to legally use works by third parties.
  3. How to protect your liability and avoid being questioned by your customers!
  4. 2 things to IMPERATIVELY avoid saying on your website, if you don’t want to end up in court…
  5. How to be in compliance with your CNIL declarations from the start and very simply (and avoid a criminal offense)!
  6. How to make sure your brand is safe from your competitors’ attacks.
  7. How to get rid of the 20% of legal problems that cause 80% of the problems in small businesses.
  8. And much more…

About the Author

thiebaut devergranne Thiébaut Devergranne is a doctor of law. He has worked in new technology law for more than 15 years, including 6 spent in the Prime Minister’s office.

You know what you have to do, register for the session of March 3 at 5:00 p.m .:

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