Hi there, I have recently started to list for sale my handmade newborn gift hampers and nappy cakes on eBay and on Facebook Marketpage. It's a bit of a hobby at the moment but I'm keen to get a logo, name and potentially a website to sell them under; not because I anticipate a high turn over (I'm keen to keep this small and manageable) but because I feel a logo and name to sell my baby gifts under looks more professional. However, in legal terms, I'm not sure what I have to register, what I have to copywrite and what I have to declare. I have identified a company name (one that Duport Associates tells me is available) but would I have to register as a sole trader / self-employed if I choose this route? Can I not just 'buy' the name to prevent it from being used? Sorry for the ignorance here ... business law is not something I have any knowledge of at all (I'm a primary school teacher!). As I say, I want to keep this small and simple, I'd just rather do it under a 'name' and with a suitable / memorable logo. I have also used FreeLogoServices.co.uk to create a logo and to find a suitable domain name. The website allows me to 'buy' the logo and domain name, but would I then HAVE to get a copywrite on the logo? I'm not fussed if others decide to use a similar logo to mine but I also don't want to get into trouble for using a logo that is the same or similar to another's. And lastly ... If I set up and sell through a website, do I HAVE to then comply with consumer law and offer refunds, etc.? At the moment through eBay and Facebook Marketpage I do not offer refunds or returns unless they are found to be faulty. So sorry for my lack of knowledge on all of this! Hoping you can all point me in the right direction (or based on my inexperience, advise me to leave well alone)! ) Thank you!