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Exclusive legal insights for entrepreneurs and start-ups from an experienced Atlanta business attorney.

With over 1,000,000 active podcasts, you may wonder what the Atlanta Entrepreneur's Legal Podcast can offer that all those other podcasts cannot? If you are a small business owner or getting ready to launch a new business venture, I can offer you a podcast dedicated to your interests and my unique perspective, as an attorney who has worked as a Director for a privately held company. 

Here is my promise to you: I will share the lessons I have learned from working with customers, employees, and vendors, as well as insights on how to navigate the exciting, and often turbulent waters that accompany entrepreneurship. I truly understand how important it is to have an attorney who understands how your business works, and my goal is to ensure you are successful in all your business endeavors. 

The Atlanta Entrepreneur's Legal Podcast offers a mix of useful business tips, such as how to secure a copyright or trademark, or whether you should form a Limited Liability Company (LLC). That being said, the Podcast is about more than just business tip discussions. The Atlanta Entrepreneur's Legal Podcast also provides inspiration and motivation for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Starting and running a business requires an unshakeable belief in yourself and your capabilities. Yes, I want to help you solve legal problems, but I also want to encourage you to push yourself to take your business to new heights.

Like What You Heard on the Atlanta Entrepreneur's Legal Podcast? Contact Me to Learn More About How I Can Help Your Business Succeed

The Law Office of Stacey-Ann Taylor is here to help you dream bigger and push your business to new heights. Contact the Law Office of Stacey-Ann Taylor today for more information about our trademark registration and contract drafting services.

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December 28, 2022 audio

The Joy and Pain of Going Viral

Can you believe we made it to 50 episodes?! Let’s chat about the wild ride of going viral!

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June 28, 2022 audio

Let Your Video Content Do the Heavy Lifting

In this episode, I explain that my marketing experiment with short form video content is going well.  And I talk about how it can work

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March 31, 2022 audio

What are Trademark Classes?

Did you know that there are 45 different classes (or categories) that you can register a trademark in?  

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February 24, 2022 audio

Why I’ve Decided to Phase Out the Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program

Always be ready to pivot. 

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January 21, 2022 audio

The Highs and Lows of Social Media

Hey good people!  In this episode, I talk about what I’ve been up to over the last few months and what my experiences have been

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October 27, 2021 audio

Riches are in the Niches

Doing less can be a very good thing for your business. 

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September 9, 2021 audio

Being Selfish is Necessary Sometimes as an Entrepreneur

The role that being selfish plays in becoming a successful entrepreneur is rarely discussed in polite company.  Let’s talk about it.  

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July 21, 2021 audio

What’s Next?

Join me as I share news about my plans for this podcast.  

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July 7, 2021 audio

Read Your Employment Agreement Carefully

If you want to start a side business that’s the same as or similar to the work you currently do for your employer, you need

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June 23, 2021 audio

Just Keep Going

Just. Keep. Going.  When life becomes challeging, you have to push forward.  

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June 10, 2021 audio

Holding Companies and DBAs

Quick discussion on the separate topics of holding companies and DBAs.  

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May 27, 2021 audio

My Payment Plan Experiment

I’m offering a four-month payment plan for my trademark registration service for the first time.  It’s an experiment and I explain why I’m doing it