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What you get with this Hourlie
The most vital part of any business arrangement or commercial transaction is the nature of the details, and what precisely is being done between the Parties. Unfortunately a lot of people neglect to pin these things down and they run risk of losing important rights if a dispute arises. It is therefore important to take strong measures to protect your business interests in a legally binding manner, right at the beginning.
I am an experienced and well regarded commercial legal practitioner and I can help you to avoid common contract pitfalls and that the Agreement you are entering into captures all the aspects of the transaction in your favour, protects your business interests and gives you maximum protection in the arrangements. I can also review any existing contract or agreement, and can advise whether it protects your interests correctly.
I cover the UK and 34 other worldwide legal jurisdictions and can assist you through the maze of legal requirements for your business. All contracts are written in plain, no-nonsense English and are specifically drafted for your individual needs. You will not receive a standard template response. Remember, all work is provided by experienced commercial legal practitioner, and for your additional kudos and guarantee of quality, comes with a real legal practice address and contact details provided.
All areas of law covered including Brands, Media & Technology Law, Wholesale and Retail, Distribution, Shipping, Website Law, Licensing and Services Law.
What the Seller needs to start the work
I require details of the Parties to the agreement, the nature of what you want to achieve, details of the arrangements you wish to abide by and the important clauses you want captured in the agreement. I draft rest of the terms based on my extensive experience to deliver an appropriate legally binding document.
I shall send you a comprehensive questionnaire to take care of the information required which will form the basis of the contract. I shall contact you by email, telephone or Skype to clarify any niggles or other questions.