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The problem with most business owners is that they only choose to seek legal assistance when the are in trouble.

And that is the wrong approach, for a couple of reasons:

  1. Approaching a lawyer when only in trouble will most probably increase your costs, more than usual.
  2. Your case will not only be more complex, it might also take longer

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When do you need a Model Release and Permission of photograph use

The Photograph

Professional photographers generally use a model release right at the outset of a photo shoot.

However it is important to realize that the Model release and photograph is not about granting permission to take the photos, but rather to publish them. You don’t generally need written permission to photograph anyone. You need permission to publish the photo for commercial purposes (e.g., you will get paid for your photo).

It is generally accepted to snap a photo of a person in a public place without a release form.

However, if you use that photo for specific commercial purposes, like promoting a product, it’s better to be safe and get the release form.

The Release

A Model Release is like a contract. It specifies all the ways the resulting images can or cannot be used.

If you are the photographer, you will want to use the broadest language possible about where and in which media formats the image can be used, so you will have great latitude in selling the photo.

The release should also cover other details about the use of the model’s name (or not), whether the model has any right to inspect the end product before publication, and whether the release has an expiration date.

Publication

Whether you work in a marketing department, in graphic design or are a commercial blogger (to name just a few possibilities), you need to be careful that any image you may be planning to use in your material has a properly executed release form. Generally, the photographer will have done this step for you, but ultimately it is your responsibility to make sure the release exists before you license any photographs.

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Legal mistakes to AVOID 

Everyone makes mistakes because no one is perfect. Most mistakes can be corrected. But there are some mistakes that can be fatal, especially when it comes to the handling of legal matters. Here are five common fatal legal mistakes and how you can avoid them.


Not Responding To A Letter of demand 

If someone serves you with a letter of demand (a formal legal document that describes legal and factual allegations made by one party against another party), you are required by law to respond to it within a certain period of time. Failing to respond is fatal because someone can ultimately obtain a judgment against you, which leads into the next fatal legal mistake people make.

Allowing A Judgment To Be Entered Against You.

Allowing a judgment to be entered against you can occur for reasons stated in #1 above, by losing a case, or by failing to take the appropriate actions in a case. Once a judgment is entered against you, your valuable possessions such as your home, your business, money in your bank accounts, and even your hard-earned wages are at risk of being taking from you.

Not Having An Attorney When The Other Party Does.

Most do-it-yourselfers believe they can win a case against the other party or handle a legal matter without having an attorney, even when the other party has an attorney. Whether its arrogance or ignorance, most do-it-yourselfers end up learning the hard way that the legal system is complex and merciless.

Signing A Contract Without Understanding It.

Signing a binding legal document such as an apartment lease or an employee contract without understanding the terms in the documents can be fatal. Unfortunately, the consequences of signing a contract are often unknown until an event occurs, such as when a landlord fails to make maintenance repairs to your apartment or your supervisor threatens to fire you. But by that time it is often too late.

Not Having A Written Contract At All.

Perhaps worse than signing a contract without understanding it is not having a written contract at all. The truth of the matter is that people say one thing and do another. Additionally, if a dispute arises out of a verbal agreement, it is hard for a judge to determine what the parties actually agreed to and who is right and wrong. At the very least, a written contract can help the parties clearly understand what their rights and duties are. For these reasons, it is better to avoid the verbal agreements as much as possible and enter into a written contract.

You can easily avoid these fatal legal mistakes by getting the right legal help. By speaking with and hiring the right attorney, you put yourself in a better position to have your legal matters handled properly and mistakes eliminated.

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