Legal questions can make piano teachers’ heads hurt…but we need to consider the legal issues associated with our business and make sure we’re covered.
My guest today, Richard Chapo, is here to answer all our legal questions. Of course, Richard can’t give specific legal advice but in this episode, he does give straight-forward and practical tips that will help us decipher the jargon and understand the best practices.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- What you need to consider when creating an online course
- What GDPR is and who needs to worry about it
- Whether you’re covered by home owner’s insurance for your teaching studio
- The difference between an LLC and sole proprietorship
- Who is an independent contractor and who is an employee
- How much our studio policies really cover us
- Whether we need video cameras in our studios
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Did any of the legal questions answered today surprise you?
Share your thoughts and perspectives on these tricky issues in the comments.