As a business owner, you probably already know that your contract is an agreement between your business and another, spelling out what each of you agrees to do or not do.
What you may not not know that your contract can also be a sales tool or blocker and part of your branding depending on how it’s drafted. While there are legal protections are somewhat universal, that language used by an enterprise agency with clients that have in-house legal teams is different than the language used by a freelancer for small projects. Which is why eCommLegal has packaged contract bundles based on the type of business you run, and the clients you serve
One size does NOT fit all
Contracts need to be tailored to the industry you’re in, the products and services you offer, and your distribution model. Other contract services offer contracts that are so overly broad, they may not apply to, or adequately protect, you.
Non-attorneys selling forms reviewed by “attorneys”
Non-attorneys selling contracts rely on attorneys to draft their contracts…
eCommLegal is owned and operated by international speaker and experienced tech and privacy attorney, Rian Kinney. Our contracts are drafted and reviewed by tech, privacy, start-up, and online business attorneys.
Attorneys experienced with Open Source platforms and businesses
Open Source platforms rely on open source licensing, like the GNU General Public License. Currently available DIY “Do It Yourself” contract providers do not take open source licensing into account when drafting their contracts.
Hint: You can’t grant ownership or more of a license to your customers than you own or have rights to, eCommLegal is your solution.
Flat fees and justice for all
The other blocker tech entrepreneurs face is struggling to find attorneys in their area that understand their industry, that will even talk to them without requiring a huge retainer, let alone work on a flat or fixed fee basis.
Always wanting to educate and empower entrepreneurs, not just give them a fish but teach them how to fish, Rian created eCommLegal to provide flat-fee, pre-packaged contracts that will serve as foundation for your online business.
We look forward to adding valuable and useful content, and creating an online community where business owners can get answers to your and insightful solutions to your business challenges.
While the Freelancer Contract Package is the first to launch, based on demand. Agency contracts and resources are scheduled for release June 2020. We are also, working to create an online business course, taught by a tech and eCommerce attorney, that will cover the essential legal issues and strategies business owners must be aware of in order to not just survive, but thrive.