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Freelancer's Union Meetup: How Contracts Protect Your Work

Contracts are essential for protecting your work as a freelancer. A good contract helps you and your client define the work, set expectations, and avoid misunderstandings. This month's SPARK will offer tips for freelance-friendly contracts, and how to stay protected: 

- Getting paid on time
- Copyright and ownership
- Protecting against common pitfalls

And we'll introduce you to the free contract creator you need to put it all in writing.

RSVP FOR FREE ON EVENTBRITE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/denver-freelancers-union-spark-how-contracts-can-protect-your-work-tickets-44837938481

There will also be time to network with other freelancers who may be able to offer tips you hadn’t considered before.

Regardless of industry, we all share similar experiences as independent business owners! We try to ensure everyone leaves with insights and connections that will help their business thrive.

Speaker: Scott Brenner of Thomas P. Howard, LLC

Scott Brenner

Scott Brenner is a Colorado attorney. He focuses on intellectual property, especially trademarks and copyrights. In practice since 2009, Scott has registered scores of trademarks and copyrights. He frequently handles litigation matters involving both intellectual property and commercial litigation issues, including trademark infringement, copyright infringement, trade secret infringement, and breach of contract claims.

Scott can be reached at (303) 665-9845 and sbrenner@thowardlaw.com.
Our firm's website is at thowardlaw.com.

Your SPARK Leaders:

Maddy Osman creates engaging content with SEO best practices for marketing thought leaders and agencies that have their hands full with clients and projects. Learn more about her process and experience on her website, www.The-Blogsmith.com and read her latest articles on Twitter: @MaddyOsman.

Location: Green Spaces
https://www.greenspaces.com/

Some information about our new meetup hosts: Green Spaces

They are right across the street from Krash at Kephart.

There is on the street 2 hr parking in the neighborhood but not an official lot for us to park in. They also encourage biking, hoofing it, carpooling or any other earth-friendly solution.

Attendees can bring their own beer or wine! That's right, prohibition has ended and celebratory beverages may be consumed in the open. We will provide light snacks.