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Terms of Service & Privacy Policies: The Fine Print

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Revision Legal helps cover your bases through strong online agreements crafted to fit your unique business.

Fine Print Experience

  • Collectively drafted terms and conditions and privacy policies for over 100 websites, from ecommerce stores to crowdfunding platforms and everything in between.
  • Attorneys are Certified Information Privacy Profession (CIPP) certified.
  • Substantial experience advising companies on GDPR compliance.
  • Litigated several contractual issues centered on user’s acceptance of terms of use agreements.
The fine print matters. Online agreements are an opportunity to make the rules. Those rules need to fit how your business operates, plan for and address recurring obstacles, and provide strong protections against liability. To get there, we start by understanding how your business operates, what makes it run, and your pain points.
Then we draft customized agreements language to fit the customer experience and protect your business. We take the time to make sure you understand your own terms. And, in most settings, we do this on a flat fee.

Data privacy is no longer a growing trend. It’s an absolute necessity. You must know how your company manages, stores, and collects data. And your privacy policy must reflect what you are doing. Some businesses may have special considerations to deal with, such as websites that are directed to an audience under 13, websites collecting information from European citizens, or websites that are actively collecting and selling data. Our attorneys have advised businesses operating in all types of online spaces and can help create a custom plan for you.

What is it?

The terms of service, end user license agreements, privacy policies, and copyright policies that control the relationship between you and your customers.

Do I need it?

Every website and app should contain an accurate privacy policy drafted with the strictest state law provisions in mind. Every website should have a general terms of use agreement. But as a general rule, the more customers interact with your website, the more complex terms necessary to protect the business. And all apps should have a robust end user license agreement.

How much?

We generally draft these agreements on a flat fee basis, which is usually under $2,000.

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