Which contracts photographers should consider using

Which contracts your clients should sign A photographer asked a great question about contracts recently: I would like to redo my contracts. Would like to know what do you get clients to sign before a shoot? Disclaimer: This note is a fairly broad overview of many of the major themes you, as a photographer, shouldContinue reading “Which contracts photographers should consider using”

4 tips for developers selling software

Say you’re a software developer and your customer wants to buy your app, do you know what you should be thinking about when selling software? Here are a few contract tips: Can you legally sell your app? Unless you have developed the code for the app from scratch and haven’t used any previous code ofContinue reading “4 tips for developers selling software”

How you could sell a car in 2034 without a hefty contract

This article was originally published on LinkedIn as “How I sold my car in 2034“. Prologue Contracts are increasingly complex and difficult to navigate, even with recent efforts to simplify the language we use. Much of this is the result of efforts to express complex and interrelated legal and compliance concepts in words and sinceContinue reading “How you could sell a car in 2034 without a hefty contract”

New restrictions on intellectual property transfers outside South Africa

Michalsons Attorneys recently pointed out that the Currency and Exchanges Act was recently expanded to address intellectual property transfers outside of South Africa. The Act, through its regulations, requires any person wishing to export “capital” or any “right to capital” from South Africa requires permission from the South African Reserve Bank. Until recently, the definitionContinue reading “New restrictions on intellectual property transfers outside South Africa”

Digital agencies that skimp on legal are negligently exposing themselves and their clients to substantial claims

Catch the highlights: I’ve noticed an alarming trend with many digital agencies and the account managers responsible for advising their clients on their digital marketing initiatives: they view legal frameworks as something akin to the undercoat on a wall. It seems to be a good idea although it’s better to keep it thin, hidden awayContinue reading “Digital agencies that skimp on legal are negligently exposing themselves and their clients to substantial claims”

Marketers who improperly use company names could face criminal and civil penalties

Anyone running a social media profile on a client’s behalf should be very careful when tweeting or posting on the client’s behalf. The consequences of careless references to or variations of a company’s name could be severe under certain understated provisions of the new Companies Act. The Companies Act’s provisions Section 32 of the CompaniesContinue reading “Marketers who improperly use company names could face criminal and civil penalties”