Legal Documents Your Small Business Needs

Legal Documents Your Small Business Needs

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Legal Documents Your Small Business Needs So you want to start a small business? But, do you have all of the legal documents that you need to legally start and operate your small business? Having the right legal documentation is a crucial part of the Startup Journey. You need the legal documentation to protect yourself from future legal problems and …

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Should Your Business Have A Retained Fee Agreement With Your Lawyer?

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Even within the relatively short life span of Linkilaw, we’ve seen a significant shift in consumer expectations with commercial legal services and in particular, how to control costs. The traditional timed billing model worked well for lawyers, able to shift commercial risk onto the shoulders of clients, who were then at risk of paying for their lawyers inefficiencies. But with …

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What To Include In A Director Resignation Letter

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What To Include In A Director Resignation Letter? There are a variety of reasons which lead to a director’s resignation: Unexpected illness comes up Interests change over time You may be ready to retire The company may be headed in a different direction Whatever the case, a director resignation letter is necessary when the time comes. While a letter is …

essential legal documents

The Essential Legal Documents Your Small Business Needs

Linkilaw Legal Documents, Startup Advice & Tips

‘ An Ounce of Prevention is Worth More Than One Million Pounds of Cure’ (David Agus) At the start over 2016, SME’s accounted for 99.9% of the 5.5 million private sector businesses in the UK. Overall, it cost 18.2 billion in legal fees for all the private sector businesses to become legally compliant – that’s £14,800 each. The Federation of …

terms and conditions for your website

What Every Good Lawyer Will Tell You Before You Get A Terms And Conditions For Your Website

Linkilaw Startup Advice & Tips

Terms and Conditions. Yep, one of the the most boring pages on any website. That link in the bottom corner? It turns out they are actually quite important. The Terms and Conditions for your website (not to be confused with Terms of Business) explain how your website is to be used. They are a contract between you and your website …

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How To Write A Proper Company Terms Of Service That Protects Your Business

Linkilaw Company Law, Startup Advice & Tips

I Always Read A Company Terms Of Service, Said No One Ever But That Doesn’t Mean It Isn’t Important A recurring joke on the Internet says the biggest lie on the planet is, “I have read and understood the company Terms of Service”. Even Urban Dictionary seems to think so. Not so far off from the truth, would you agree? …

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A Shareholders Agreement And Your Business

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When starting a business, you want to make sure that all the essential terms of management and sale are settled at the start so that uncertain times are quickly resolved. Then, you and your shareholders can focus on ensuring that the business is a success. These terms should be outlined at the start in a clear and comprehensive shareholders agreement. …

Top 5 Reasons eSignatures are Better

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Electronic signatures (eSignatures) offer convenience, and they even offer more security. Many eSignature services have emerged and they are making document signing cheaper, faster, and safer. Here are the top five reasons you and your business should switch over to eSignatures. [tweet_dis_img][/tweet_dis_img] eSignatures are safer. They are encrypted, and the documents are saved online. This reduces the possibility of identity …