82% of adults in the United Kingdom use
the Internet on a regular basis.

77% of those people bought
goods or services online.

This Means That There’s HUGE
Potential For e-Commerce Startups.

  • The customer is always right.
  • More and more people are shopping online.
  • For a customer, a great user online experience can make shopping easy and fast.
  • For a business, a great user online experience can bring in some serious revenue.
  • Moving your business online shows that you’re not only moving with the times but also making steps that could reduce your business’ overheads and burn-rate.

You’d Be Insane To Not To Want A Piece Of The Action.

Insaner Still…

Not To Get Legal Safeguards in Place.

To Sell Anything Safely These Days You’ve Gotta Make Sure You Cover All Your Bases.
You Need To Get Affordable Legal Documents To Protect Your Business!

If You Wanna Sell To The UK, The USA Or The EU,
You’re Gonna Have To Legally Cover Yourself.

Don’t know what you need?

No worries. Linkilaw’s got you covered.

In The e-Commerce Market Around the Globe, More People Are Using Their Phones To Shop.

If you have an App or a Website,

Linkilaw’s got everything you could possibly need!

Including The Small Price Tag.

  • Fast Service
  • Quality Legal Documents
  • Affordable Solutions
  • Advice Tailored To Your Needs

According to a Safebuy Report, at least 25% of all small and medium sized
businesses are in breach of legal requirements to trade online.

Regardless of whether you’re a business trading millions, thousands or nothing at all,
your website needs to comply with legal requirements.

Guess what happens if you don’t…

A Lawsuit

Jail Time



Don’t listen to us if you look great in a orange jumpsuit or you enjoy getting sued.

Many entrepreneurs have breached their legal requirements by:

1. Downloading a flimsy template, or

2. Thinking that having traditional website documents was enough, or

3. Having nothing to protect them at all!

When you trade online, your company will be held to more stringent laws and regulations.

Traditional website terms and conditions or basic online templates will protect you as much as a water pistol at a gun fight.

For a long time, people have been talking about ‘stranger-danger’.

In 2017, businesses need to understand that there are new dangers online.

Legal dangers that could cause your business to fall apart.

Get the essential legal documents that are as robust and unique as your business is.

Generally, terms and conditions properly manage your relationship with the users of your site.

e-Commerce Terms and Conditions are more complicated than traditional terms and conditions because your relationship with your customers is far more complex.

You need to consider things like:

  • VAT
  • How you’re going to display product information and explain changes to customers
  • Who the regulators of your business are
  • How you display prices
  • How to calculate import and export taxes
  • What is going to be included in your returns policy, delivery details, warranties and after sales support

The list goes on and on and on.

Because the T & C’s are much more complicated and specialised, you need to ensure that they are drafted by a qualified legal professional who understands the nature of an e-Commerce business and can reflect how unique your business is.

What’s next in the journey to make your e-Commerce site as legally compliant as possible?

A Privacy and Cookie Policy.

Online privacy is essential for e-Commerce visitors and customers.

The UK government has some of the most developed laws relating to privacy in the world.

SO you better make sure you’re compliant.

The frequent headlines of inappropriate data use by major companies and security breaches have made consumers more vigilant than ever when it comes to their privacy protection.

Understandably, consumers are increasingly concerned about their personal data being leaked. e-Commerce sites need to understand that with unauthorized access and break-ins comes serious financial losses and bad publicity.

e-Commerce privacy and cookie policies detail your everyday practice of collecting, managing, and using data from website visitors.

Don’t believe us when you say you need these documents to be compliant?

Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

If your organisation is found to be non-compliant with EU data laws, you could be fined up to 4% of your global turnover.

BUT… you may be wondering:

Where will I find the time to get these contracts done?
How much will this set me back? Lawyers cost a fortune.
Who can I trust that really understands my statrtup?

We’ve Made Everything Easy For You!

What’s Included in the e-Commerce Web Pack (£547+VAT):



(if purchased separately)

If you’re using cookies on your website in the EU, you are legally required to have a Cookie Policy as well! An e-Commerce Cookie Policy is a document that explains to your users:
  • Notifies them that you use cookies.
  • Which cookies you use.
  • How long you keep the different types of cookies for.
  • The process for opting out of advertising and social media cookies.
  • What information you collected from your users and why you collect it.
  • How to get in touch with you for further information.



(if purchased separately)

A Privacy Policy is also an important document. The e-Commerce Privacy Policy customers know:
  • How your customers information about their data is collected.
  • Specify whether your business is SSL encrypted.
  • How it is used.
  • How it is not used.
  • Whom it may be distributed to.
  • The shelf life of keeping your customers personal details.
  • Your provision of password restricted user access.



(if purchased separately)

e-Commerce Terms and Conditions will ensure your users understand your obligations to them and theirs to you. It will help limit your liability. They explain to your customers:
  • How your website is intended to be used.
  • Your rights to the content of your website.
  • Your right to change the content of your website.
  • The prohibitions on the use of your website.
  • Intellectual property notices.
  • How your products are displayed and the accuracy of the product information.
  • Who your site is regulated by.
  • Tax for importing or exporting goods overseas or domestically.
  • Your returns policy and Warranties.
  • After sales support.

You still need a privacy policy and e-Commerce terms and conditions.

But there are some major differences.

You need to consider:

  • Restricted territories
  • The platforms on which your app will be available to download
  • Procedures for creating an account
  • Push notifications
  • Use of API’s
  • The collection of personal information including access to location services
  • Synthesis with other elements of your users phone
  • Limitations of liability

The final document you’re going to need to make your e-Commerce App protected from development to your first delivery is an App Developer’s Agreement.

This document is especially essential for protecting your Intellectual Property (IP) when you’re not a developer yourself.

Without an App Developer Agreement in place, you could allow an outsourced developer to run off with your idea and make millions in the process.

Protect Your Creations!

Protect Your Profit!

The Linkilaw App Developer Agreement gives you an assignment of copyright which transfers ownership of everything to you. If you don’t have our agreement, then they won’t be stealing your code; you’d be stealing theirs.  Once you own the copyrights, then there are a about a dozen things that you can do to keep a programmer from reselling the code.

Whats Included in the e-Commerce App Pack (£697+VAT):



(if purchased separately)

A Privacy Policy is a compulsory document. It lets your customers know:
  • How the information about their data is collected.
  • How it is used
  • How it is not used.
  • Who it is distributed to.



(if purchased separately)

Terms and Conditions, will safeguard your ideas and keep your intellectual property YOURS. They explain to your customers:
  • How your App is intended to be used.
  • Your rights to the content of your App.
  • Your right to change the content of your App.
  • The prohibitions on the use of your App.
  • Intellectual property notices.



(if purchased separately)

Though not required by law, this agreement will protect your intellectual property, prevent an app developer from stealing your idea or sharing it, and also limit your liability if the developer is later sued for patent infringement.
  • Application scope of work and deliverables.
  • Ongoing communication and reporting requirements.
  • Intellectual property rights.
  • Dispute resolution.

Legal Work, Levelled Up. 

The quality documents you need, when you want it, and for less.

Don’t worry. Every step of the way, we’ve got you covered!

We’ll carry out our Startup Legal Session with you.
Interested? You Should Be.


The Startup Legal Session is a one-on-one consultation with a legal specialist.

Wondering how the law impacts your e-Commerce Site?

Educate yourself and get the information you’ll need at each stage in your development with our FREE Startup Legal Session!

We ask the questions you’ll need answers to, and help you build the legal framework your business is in need of.

With sites just like yours in mind, we’ve levelled the playing field for the future of e-commerce.


  • 1 Book a Startup Legal Session and in 20 minutes find out what legal documents you need.
  • 2 Fill in a form and let us know about your Website, App or both, and if there’s anything in particular you need included in your documentation.
  • 3 Leave it with us. Within three business days, you’ll get your personalised contracts drafted by a specialist business lawyer.
  • 4 You have a further 14 days to review the contracts and get any last-minute amendments.
  • 5 Once completed, just sign the contracts or post them on your website; you are all set!

Congratulations. You’re all ready!

You finally have all the documents to take your e-Commerce site to the
level your customers deserve. It’s guaranteed they’ll keep coming back.


If you don’t believe us, listen to what our customers have said.

“I didn’t go to Law School but I’d like to think after the Startup Legal Session that I understand my business’ legal needs quite well! It’s only been 6 months since we launched, but already I know that I’m so happy I got these documents from these people!”

– Mauria, CEO, I am LDN


Why Can’t I Download A Legal Document I Found Online?

What’s ‘free’ now could cost you your entire business later down the line!

You need robust contracts that are the result of a legal professional taking the time to find out what you and your business need.

Why Are These Documents Way Less Expensive Than Ones Many Law Firms Provide?

Not that long ago we too were starting up, and as a company that wants to support the growth of your endeavours, we understand that high legal costs for bootstrapping startups does nothing for our success – as well as yours. Our big idea is to disrupt the legal industry so you can grow your business.

That’s why our lawyers have done away with extortionate fees.

Many of them have experienced the life that comes from working for the big, bad city firms but decided that they wanted a lifestyle change. We are a team – and just as we want the best for our clients, we’ve given our Linkilawyers the freedom that enables them to focus what matters to them. This means happier and more enthusiastic lawyers, that are passionate on lowering their costs whilst maintaining their high standards.

How Are The Documents Customised? Are There Any Time Restrictions On Amendments I Can Make?

Everything we provide to you is bespoke! Gone are the days where you’re left wondering how much the legal work will cost. Our prices are fixed.

We make it our mission to understand your business in order to draft the right documents for it and the work you need is completed within three working days.

In cases where the work requires more brainpower than usual (and ends up being more complex than anticipated) we will discuss with you during your initial conversation.

Amendments can be made within the two-week period following delivery of the documents.

How Does Linkilaw’s Prices Compare To The Traditional Law Firm?

We wanted to find out for you.

We needed to ensure our prices were a lot cheaper. So our friendly team rang up lawyers and law firms in the UK. When we finally got through to them, they told us:


The prices ranged from £100 – £1,500 an hour.
That’s an expensive cup of coffee if you go to their offices for a meeting.

After searching far and wide for answers, we were able to find the average U.K fixed price options.

We were shocked by the result.

We swore to protect our customers from the lack of transparency and spiralling legal costs that comes from hourly rates. This is why we provide a quality service for a fixed price.


We can’t always guarantee that we will keep our prices at this level. But we’re working hard to continue to streamline our service, to keep prices low without compromising quality. We know you want a great service, competitive pricing and a fast turnaround.

So if you like what you see on the page here today – book it now – as these prices will likely change over time.

Our lawyers are different. Hand-picked, rigorously vetted, and specialised to deal with startups, so you can be assured your documents will be completed to the highest quality. Our Linkilawyers have worked with thousands of startups.

Linkilaw’s company values ensure that the lawyers you trust with your startup’s future are friendly, supportive, and specialised.

The road to startup success is unfortunately sometimes a lonely one, and it’s hard making decisions wondering which ones are good and which are bad.

We want to make this decision easy for you.


A 5-Star Customer Service

High Quality Legal Contracts

Quick Service

Although we’ve made our prices as low as possible, we understand that you want to be careful with your money. If you’re not happy. We’re not happy.

This is why we offer you our unique


(Now when have you ever seen another legal firm offer that?)

If you send us an email explaining why you’re unhappy with your contracts within a 7 day period, one of our friendly team members will call you to find out more, and get a full refund transferred to you.


Q: What number should I call to order a pack?

A: 0203 151 0011. Or you can email us at startups@linkilaw.com.

Q: How much are these legal documents usually?

A: Anywhere between £1,000 and £8,000.

Q: So why don’t you charge that amount?

A: We’re changing the legal game for the future game-changers! The legal industry desperately needs disrupting from the inside out! That’s why we’ve taken out all the inefficiencies from the traditional legal process – giving you the quality product without the high price.

Q: I don’t think I need all the documents in the pack. Can I just buy the documents individually?

A: Of course! We offer all our customers with our Startup Legal Session (IT’S FREE!) before you even think about purchasing a pack! That way you know what you need now, what you could need in the future and what you could do without!

Q: What makes Linkilaw different?

A: We understand your needs more than anyone else, because not that long ago we shared them. That’s why, on top of giving you quality and cost-effective contracts, we also provide startups with a comprehensive Startup Legal Session (IT’S FREE)!

Q: Which lawyers do you use to draft these documents?

A: We have highly skilled UK based lawyers with years of experience in a variety of fields – all of which were hand picked to work with you, so you are in control every step of the way.

Q: How Bespoke are the Contracts?

A: Our contracts are tailored to your business because we develop them collaboratively with you. There are no generic terms and if we’ve missed something you get two free edits.Don’t say we don’t treat you!

Q: Which lawyers do you use to draft these documents?

A: We have highly skilled, UK-based lawyers with years of experience in technology law,  All of whom were hand picked to work with you. Our lawyers have to be: extraordinary, well-rounded, pragmatic, commercially aware, emotionally intelligent, prompt in their response and conscious of today’s pressures. You are in control every step of the way.

Q: What jurisdiction do you operate in?

A: Internally we supply legal services to the UK. However for e-Commerce businesses trading in the EU and the USA we are able to add jurisdiction clauses to allow you to use our documents to trade abroad.