What to do When a Client Doesn’t Pay with Laura Wiese

This week I’m joined by my very own podcast producer, Laura Wiese of Time Traveler Media! Laura is a multi-creative entrepreneur whose varied skill sets in the worlds of communications, audio production and small business management brought her to the heart of the podcasting world. Today we’ll touch on a very common worry for small business owners: what to do when a client doesn’t pay. 

In this episode, we’ll cover: 

  • How Laura combined her seemingly unrelated professional and creative backgrounds in order to build her dream business. 

  • The unexpected challenges of representing yourself in small claims court 

  • Laura’s very positive experience with a small claims attorney 

  • California’s AB5 regulation and the unintentional pain it caused to the creative freelance community

  • Content ownership in podcast collaborations 

If you’re interested in learning more about Laura’s podcast production offerings with Time Traveler Media, follow her on IG @timetravelermedia or visit www.timetravelermedia.com 

Let us know what jumped out at you in this episode! Take a screenshot, add it to your Instagram Stories, tag @andreasagerlaw and @timetravelermedia and let us know! 








The Legalpreneur Podcast is advertising/marketing material. It is not legal advice. Please consult with your attorney on these topics. Copyright Andrea Sager Law 2020.

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