After a few different path turns, Autumn pivoted into law. This career path has covered working for both big and small firms. Every day is different for Autumn’s small firm, where they support badass creative entrepreneurs to ensure they’ve got the legal support they need, to keep their ass covered! Autumn provides a full service law firm for entrepreneurs, while specializing in copyright and trademark processes.
How does Autumn understand the online business world so well? Because her firm is a virtual service and is always looking for creative ways to be different as a law firm.
Autumn fully believes in our right to being able to fully protect our creativity (including our secret sauce), to protect our businesses in the safest way possible. She also understands that most business owners just don’t have the money to work with a lawyer to start off with, and says that you can DIY the processes to get you going, but there will come a time when you will need to invest in a lawyer to provide you with that additional legal support you need!
If you want to understand what copyright and trademark law means, you need to listen to this episode, as Autumn explains all of it for you: how to register your content, courses and business; manage contracts and collaborations; and, how you check into your new business name, before you go down the route of registering and launching.
This is where Autumn’s podcast enters into the frame, as this is what she added as an additional way to support entrepreneurs with legalities and how to manage circumstances you may face!
This episode is sponsored by CourseCraft.
About Our Guest
Autumn Boyd is an attorney licensed to practice law in Tennessee, and assist businesses with intellectual property and business matters. Attorneys on our team are also licensed in Michigan and Georgia.
Autumn is also a thought leader in the online business community, speaking frequently at conferences, seminars, and workshops about intellectual property, negotiation tactics, and business strategies.
Professionally, she serves on the executive committee of the Intellectual Property section of the Tennessee Bar Association and is an active in the Brock Cooper American Inn of Court, Tennessee Volunteer Lawyers & Professionals for the Arts, and Southeast Tennessee Lawyers’ Association for Women.
Autumn is also an active in the nonprofit community, currently serving on the board of the Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute and as past-president of Chattanooga Friends, a service organization for young professionals. She is a sustaining member of Junior League of Chattanooga and sit on the Sustainer Advisory Council.
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