Unprotected content gets swiped.

It’s the reality.

Being a lawyer for women for the past 28 years and helping hundreds of women protect their businesses has taught me that the first and most important step in protecting the content you create is to register your ownership of that content.

I recently read a statistic that estimates over HALF of all businesses are either infringing on someone else’s intellectual property (IP), or someone is infringing on theirs without their knowledge. HALF!

Think about it: of all the businesses, in all the world, what are the chances YOUR content and business/podcast/program name is being used by someone else? This question makes me cringe more and more each day as I perform search after search for my clients. Which is why I developed this resource. I want you to be informed, prepared, and protected. 

Grab this guide so that you can:

  • Avoid all the sneaky ways money can leak out of your business.

  • Protect your content so you can confidently share your best stuff.

  • Spend less time worrying & dealing with drama, and more time doing what you do best!

Learn an IP lawyer's top seven ways to protect your content.

 About Layne Lyons, JD

Layne is a Trademark and Business Lawyer for women-owned solo and small businesses. She uses her Duke Law School education and 28 years of experience and expertise as a lawyer to button up women’s businesses. She uses trademarks to protect her clients’ brands, and written contracts to protect their money, relationships, content, and sanity so they can build and scale with confidence.

Beyond her many qualifications and years of experience, Layne has a very special superpower: she makes legal matters simple, clear, and easy to understand. She’s not “that kind of lawyer.” Layne’s clients rave about how safe, secure, and confident they feel after working with her to handle their legal matters. Layne Lyons is your go-to lawyer for all things legal, helping you protect and grow your business with the peace of mind that comes from knowing everything is set up properly and legally secure.