As the country reopens, many small business owners have questions and concerns regarding reopening safely and the legal ramifications of going back to work (or not). Attorney Paige Griffith answered questions on reopening business after covid 19 and how to handle these emerging challenges from a legal standpoint.
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Get answers to questions like:
- Are we still in Force Majeure land?
- Am I legally required to perform my services if my clients are having a wedding with way more guests than is allowed according to local guidelines?
- If I decide not to perform my services at an event, what do I need to do?
- If a client cancels, or if I cancel, do I need to return the retainer?
- What’s the best way to determine when can small business reopen and if I should or shouldn’t perform my services?
- What happens if someone is sick at a wedding or event I’m supposed to work at?
- What happens if someone works with me/for me and then gets sick? What’s my liability?
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Paige Griffith is the founder of The Legal Paige, a virtual law firm working with online businesses and wedding industry professionals. She is a certified Juris Doctor barred in the state of Montana and holds a double B.A. in Economics and Political Science. After working as a federal law clerk, Paige traded in the traditional law life for a virtual one and opened the doors to The Legal Paige in 2018. She helps her clients run legal and protected businesses and counsels them on issues related to contracts, intellectual property, privacy, and business law. She has worked with Jasmine Star, Maddie Mae of Adventure Instead, Hope Taylor, Brittani and Jon Hon of Hustle & Flow, Davey & Krista, and dozens more. Her mission is to create an online space where the law isn’t so scary and entrepreneurs can get legally legit in no time.