Webinar: Understanding Freelance Contracts

If you want to better understand how freelance contracts work, then you do not want to miss this webinar.

Part of the CFG’s “Business of Freelancing” Series, our expert panel will explain common freelance contract clauses and terminology, including the most dangerous clauses freelancers are often asked to agree to when it comes to indemnity and liability. Our panelists will also discuss how to make counteroffers and negotiation tips on language and payment.

Our Presenters

Tracey ArialTracey Arial

As a creative entrepreneur and organization co-founder, Tracey Arial has 30 years of experience dealing with contracts.

 

 

 

 

Don GenovaDon Genova

Don Genova is the CFG’s organizer and former president of CMG Freelance, where he negotiated contracts with the CBC along with his freelance writing and broadcasting outside of the Corporation. He currently is the Guild’s chief advice-giver when it comes to reviewing contracts for members.

 

 

Alison MotlukAlison Motluk

Alison Motluk has been a freelance journalist for over 20 years. Her work has appeared in The Economist, The Walrus, Maisonneuve, Toronto Life, The Local, Nature, The Globe and Mail, New Scientist, Quirks and Quarks, TheCurrent, The Sunday Edition, IDEAS, and others. She always reads her contracts very carefully.

 

Understanding Freelance Contracts

  • Online: Thursday, March 17th
  • 7pm to 8pm Eastern Time
  • $5 for members
  • $15 for non-members

This session is structured with lots of room for questions, and your chances of getting them answered are increased if you send them to CFG Organizer Don Genova in advance.

You can register for this webinar right here.

Learn more about the cost and benefits of membership in the CFG on this webpage.

The link to the Zoom webinar will be sent to you via email about half an hour before the start time.

Please check your spam or junk folders if you can’t find the email, and contact organizer@canadianfreelanceguild.ca if you haven’t received the link 10 minutes before the scheduled start time

Posted on March 14, 2022 at 3:53 pm by editor ·

Leave a Reply