I’ve opened an online business and want to start receiving clients/players/income.
These are some of the questions that every online business owner should seriously consider. Owners must examine how to best protect themselves in order to get ahead of potential problems and create assurance for themselves and their business.
Things get thornier from here. Don’t believe us? Add another layer to the above questions: what happens if my business is in Israel and my client is overseas, or vice versa? Things get complicated. How do we solve this?
In the case of an international venture, we must ask:
All of these questions require both addressing and a clear answer. At Tal Ron, Drihem & Co., we handle these matters as part of the agreements we provide. On occasion the client will choose to refer to one point and not another, and we will be by their side to advise at every opportunity.
And that’s not all, because (almost) every business also has partners, service providers and employees. Thus, there are additional questions:
Our agreements, which are tailored specifically to the client’s needs and are based on 20 years of legal experience and 25 years of business experience, are not built from templates. They are comprehensive, clear, concise and elegant, and provide assurance and peace of mind to our clients