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Eric M.

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Pembroke Pines, FL
16 Yrs Experience
Licensed in FL, TX
University of Baltimore

Experienced and business-oriented attorney with a great depth of contract experience including vendor contracts, service contracts, employment, licenses, operating agreements and other corporate compliance documents.

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July 28, 2020

Scott S.

Principal
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New York, NY
43 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NY
New York University School of Law

I have over 25 years' experience representing individual and company clients, large and small, in transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, private offerings of securities, commercial loans and commercial endeavors (supply contracts, manufacturing agreements, joint ventures, intellectual property licenses, etc.). My particular specialty is in complex and novel drafting.

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July 21, 2020

Chester A.

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Atlanta, GA
26 Yrs Experience
Licensed in GA, IN
University of Miami School of Law

With over 24 years of practice, Chet uses his vast experiences to assist his clients in the most efficient manner possible. Chet is a magna cum laude graduate of University of Miami School of Law with an extensive background in Business Law, Commercial Real Estate, Corporate Law, Leasing Law and Telecommunications Law. Chet's prior experience includes 5 years at two of the top law firms in Georgia and 16 years of operating his own private practice.

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July 21, 2020

Steven C.

Managing Partner
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Dallas, TX
43 Yrs Experience
Licensed in LA, TX
University of Houston

Steve Clark has been practicing law in DFW since 1980. He is licensed in both Texas and Louisiana state and federal courts. He concentrates his practice on business clients and their needs. He has been a SuperLawyer in Texas since 2011, and is Lead Counsel rated in Business Law. He is also a Bet the Company litigator in Texas.

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Kamilah H.

attorney
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Long Beach, CA
15 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CA
Whittier Law School

I am a top-performing bi-lingual legal services professional with a proven record of success. Reputation of assessing and evaluating client’s needs and providing individualized solutions in line with those needs while efficiently handling multiple tasks simultaneously. Able to create a collaborative work environment ensuring business objectives are consistently met. Seeking an attorney role within a legal setting to apply skills in critical thinking, executive communications, and client advocacy.

Cynthia F. on ContractsCounsel
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July 24, 2020

Cynthia F.

Managing Partner
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Los Angeles, CA
14 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CA
Western State - College of Law

I run a small law firm in Pasadena, CA. I have been practicing for almost 10 years and the other attorneys at my firm each have 12+ years of experience. We focus on business and employment law, protecting and defending business owners. While my clients are all sizes, I particularly enjoy helping smaller companies and individuals manage their legal needs without the high price tag.

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Web Development Legal Questions and Answers

Web Development

Terms of Service

Texas

Asked on Dec 10, 2023

Can users waive rights in the terms of service?

I am considering creating a website and offering a service to users. I want to make sure that I am properly protecting my rights as the service provider, and so I am looking to create a Terms of Service. I am wondering if it is possible for users to waive their rights in the Terms of Service, and if so, what the legal implications of this would be.

Darryl S.

Answered Jan 23, 2024

Yes - that is one of the main purposes of a terms of service is to outline and restrict the user's rights. But you need much more than Terms of Service to properly set up a website and protect your interests (e.g. Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy, etc.). This is one of my areas of focus, so reach out if I can be helpful. d@fixedfeelawfirm.com

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Web Development

Terms and Conditions

Texas

Asked on Dec 3, 2023

Are terms and conditions needed for blogs?

I am the owner of a blog and I am currently in the process of setting it up. I am looking to understand if I need to have terms and conditions set up for my blog, as I have heard that this is a necessary step. I am interested to know if this is true and if so, what type of terms and conditions should I include?

Darryl S.

Answered Jan 2, 2024

Yes, even a website with only a blog should have Terms and Conditions to provide legal protection by limiting liability in the case where someone uses your content in a way that could cause damages to themselves or you. In addition, Ts and C's can clarifying content ownership, clearly define usage guidelines, and ensure compliance with laws. These terms may also specify which jurisdiction's laws govern the website, essential for sites with a global audience.

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Web Development

Terms of Service

Texas

Asked on Dec 9, 2023

Can I customize my terms of service?

I am currently in the process of launching a small business online and need to create a Terms of Service for my customers. I am looking for a way to customize the terms to fit my specific business needs and I would like to know if this is possible and what legal implications I should be aware of.

Darryl S.

Answered Jan 2, 2024

not only can these be customized, they should be customized for your specific offering.

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Web Development

Terms of Service

Texas

Asked on Dec 10, 2023

How enforceable are “clickwrap” terms of service?

I am a small business owner who is considering using a software platform that requires users to agree to its terms of service in order to use the platform. The terms of service are presented in a 'clickwrap' format, meaning that users must click a box to agree to the terms. I am concerned about the enforceability of this type of agreement and would like to understand more about how it works.

Darryl S.

Answered Jan 23, 2024

Clickwrap agreements, where the user must click "I agree" to the terms before proceeding, are generally enforceable if crafted properly.

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