While we often hear about data breaches when large, well known companies are involved, that doesn’t mean that small businesses aren’t targets.
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Terms of Service
What are the terms of service on a website or app?
The terms of service is the agreement between your business and the people (or even other businesses) that use your website or app to receive services. The terms of services describe what the users must agree to in order to continue using your services.
Why should my business website or app have terms of service?
If your business website or app has e-commerce features, sells services, or has social media / forum features, then you need to have a legally binding agreement governing how people use your services, purchase your products, or engage with other users in any social media / forum-type features. Why? Well, the short answer is because we live in a society where disgruntled customers can wreak havoc on your business reputation and tie your business up in costly and time-consuming litigation.
Read more about Terms of Service: What Small Businesses Need to Know About These Oft-Used, But Unread Agreements.
A well drafted Terms of Service can limit your business’s liability, remind customers and clients of your intellectual property rights, and govern where and how disputes are handled.
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If you’ve ever taken a look at some of your competitor’s terms of service, then you know how long and complex these legal documents can be. And the terms of service are different for every business and business model imaginable.
Our business attorneys can draft terms of service customized for your particular business model for a flat fee of $2,200. Our attorneys will work with you to understand your business model, the particular legal risks you face, and what you expect from your customers, clients, and partners who will be using your app or service. Then we craft terms of service to fit your business while minimizing the legal risks that your business will be exposed to.
Some business websites can get away with much simpler terms. For example, e-commerce businesses often just need to address basic payment, shipping, and return policies. Our business attorneys can draft these types of legal terms (usually no more than 2 pages) for a flat fee of $550.
And because we focus on serving the legal needs of entrepreneurs, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations, we offer payment plans to fit your legal budget. And because we focus on serving the legal needs of entrepreneurs, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations, we offer payment plans to fit your legal budget.