Starting an Online Business / CLE Webinar - Terms and Conditions, Part 2: Limitations of Liability

By Paul D. McGrady, Jr., Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig / Author, McGrady on Domain Names

The other thing with terms and conditions that is very important is the limitations of liability.  Often times, website owners are starting a new business and they may be selling their own services and in that case you have total control over the quality, I suppose.  But if you're reselling other people's stuff and something happens, and the product's no good or the product does harm or causes damage, you want to make sure that you have reasonable limitations of liability in place so that you don't end up paying for all sorts of consequential damages ... other problems that maybe you didn't foresee were going to happen. 

To learn more, join me for a complimentary CLE Credited LexisNexis® Webinar: Starting an Online Business - Best Practices, on June 14, 2011, at 2 p.m. Eastern time. To learn more about the webinar or register, click here subscribers can search McGrady on Domain Names 

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