Retainer fee for Legal work for new property website company

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Experience Level: Intermediate

We are a company of Chartered Surveyors who are in the process of setting up a website containing commercial investment properties worldwide. This website will work on a subscription basis. I would be grateful if you could consider acting on a retainer basis for any legal advice that comes our way over the course of the year. In particular we will be looking at the following:

1. check the legal wording on the website to ensure that all documents are in place. (we have already had the documents drawn up) and change during the course of the year if necessary and confirm process
2. Create a confidentially agreement for anyone who may work with us on the website
3. Provide trademark advice and assist us in gaining the necessary trade marks
4. Create the necessary trade marks on our behalf
5. Advice on the display of third party information i.e property photos and articles on our website and create processes to protect the company.
6. Create client legal agreements for subscription of the website
7. Create standard contracts for checking the website
8. Advice on the potential sale of the site

I believe this covers most things that I perceive will arise over the year. Ideally we would work on a fixed fee process over the course of the year so that one fee covers all. Nonetheless happy to have an outline agreement of what these factors include.

Please provide your cv and in particular give details of simillar work that you have carried out demonstrating your legal expertise in these areas and the times that you will be available. At the moment I am not interested in paying by the hour. Please do not telephone my office during this bid period. I will contact you directly.

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