Welcome to this episode of The Organised Women in Business Podcast. In this episode I’m joined by lawyer, Emilia Cardillo.
Emilia is a New South Wales Law Society Accredited Specialist in Business Law. Not only that, she is the first female Accredited Specialist in Business Law in Newcastle, and is only one of eight in the whole of New South Wales.
Emilia started her practice in 2018 with no clients at all. Her colleagues couldn’t understand, Emilia saying, “I want to be a lawyer who’s on Instagram!”, a realisation she came to after having her own e-commerce store in 2016.
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In this episode we talk about:
- Negativity perceived by consumers, breaking down the barriers
- Done for you legal templates v bespoke, tailored advice
- What a commercial lawyer can help you with as a start up
- What a commercial lawyer can help you with as an existing business
- What a commercial lawyer can help you with at the end of a business
- Employee or contractor contracts
- Brick and Mortar business needs
- Documenting after a phone call to ensure a paper trail and have a point of reference
Dear listeners, I’ve a question (or few) for you.
Have you ever invested in legal documents for your business?
Did legals not even enter your mind?
Let me know below, or on my Facebook page.
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