Contract Templates


 

Easy Step-by-Step Legal Contract Templates to Help Protect Your Business.

Leverage a Lawyer offers legal contract templates created by top attorneys especially for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Our templates help you leverage your legal budget while protecting your business interests. The forms are easy to fill out from your home or office with simple, step-by-step audio and written instructions for each template.

Invest in the Essential Legal Library Bundle and protect your assets and hard work for less than an hour of an experienced lawyer’s time*. Or select the individual template of your choice.

*The national average billing rate is $284 per hour, per a 2009 Billing Rates and Practices Survey conducted by Incisive Legal Intelligence.

 

Essential Legal Library Bundle.

The Entrepreneur’s Essential Legal Library Bundle includes:

  • Easy-to-understand information on how to get your legal issues addressed quickly
  • Guidance to help you address your legal issues without hiring an expensive business lawyer
  • Proven contract templates to save you time and money

You’ll find important legal contract templates that are vital to protecting your business in this bundle including Trademarks 101, Non-Disclosure Agreements, Terms of Use, and Privacy Policies.

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Individual Templates.

Trademarks 101

Protecting your business, your brand and your reputation by registering a trademark for your logo, business name or anything else that identifies your brand is an essential step to protecting your business reputation. We provide step-by-step instructions to help you apply for your own trademark.

Plus you’ll discover:

  • The benefits of having a trademark and how this protects your business
  • How to find out if your trademark is already being used by someone else
  • The difference between a trademark and copyright.

$57.00

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Terms of Use

Avoid potential liability from the content and information on your website or from offering goods or services for sale by protecting your business with clear guidelines. Terms of Use agreements educate your website visitors and customers of what you expect of them and what they can expect of you.

You’ll discover:

  • Why you need a Terms of Use agreement even if you have a Privacy Policy
  • What type of legal problems you could get into if you don’t have your Terms and Use Agreement on your website
  • When your Terms and Use agreement needs to be reviewed by a lawyer

$57.00

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Privacy Policy

A clearly written Privacy Policy gives visitors to your website peace of mind knowing that you are doing everything in your power to protect any personal information they share with you. This template will show you what needs to be included in your Privacy Policy.

You’ll discover:

  • The requirements for your Privacy Policy on your website and what is mandatory
  • The difference between a Privacy Policy and Terms of Service
  • How to create Privacy Policies for more than one website if you have multiple sites

$57.00

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Non-Disclosure Agreement

The Non Disclosure Agreement is essential in protecting your ideas, strategies and confidential business information. This helps prevent former clients, vendors or employees from using your information for personal or professional gain. With a solid Non Disclosure Agreement you are taking legal steps to ensure that any information you share with others is kept strictly confidential.

You’ll discover:

  • The terms and conditions you must include in your Non Disclosure Agreement
  • What information you can expect vendors, clients and employees to keep confidential
  • Recourse you can take if someone violates your Non Disclosure Agreement

$57.00

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Joint Venture Agreement

One of the most common legal mistakes small business owners make is entering into joint ventures without clearly defining the terms. A handshake is not enough when it comes to a joint venture. You need a firm contract in place. We’ve created a template to help protect your interests.

You’ll discover:

  • What you must include in your joint venture agreements
  • Why it’s vital to be very clear on the details and compensations splits in joint ventures
  • Recourse you can take if someone violates your Joint Venture Agreement

$57.00

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Hiring Contract Employees

This contract template is created to help you clearly define the agreement when you hire a contract employee. This includes information on work for hire versus regular contract work.

You’ll discover:

  • Who has ownership of materials created based on the terms of the contract
  • How to avoid employee employer relationships that can cause serious tax ramifications
  • The specific parameters needed to include in any contract employee agreement

$57.00

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Client Retainer Agreement

This agreement is for use when clients are hiring you to provide services for them as an independent contractor/vendor or if you are hiring vendors. Retainer agreements set clear expectations for each party so that everyone knows the scope of their role and their exact responsibilities. This can prevent the unnecessary stress, expense and hassle of litigation.

You’ll discover:

  • How having a Retainer Agreement will make sure that the expectations of the parties are spelled out clearly.
  • How a Retainer Agreement provides the rule book for how the relationship will proceed and what to do in the event of a dispute.
  • How to create a good retainer agreement that governs payments or fees, the time period covered, and what the parties are agreeing to do for each other.

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Client Release

Client releases are essential to get legal permission to use the likeness of others in any format. This template package includes media releases, use of photos, audios, recording of video, telephone conversations and more.

You’ll discover:

  • Why it’s essential to have a release for each form of communication you plan to reproduce or use in your marketing
  • How to create automated agreements for online audio and video use on websites
  • Recourse you can take if someone uses your likeness without permission

$57.00

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Social Media Pitfalls

If you are like most business owners today, you have begun to integrate a social media presence into your business marketing and customer service activities. Most of us now have a Facebook page, a LinkedIn profile, and possibly even a blog, YouTube Channel, Twitter or Pinterest account. Social media is a brilliant tool to connect with a larger audience, increase brand exposure and awareness, build your reputation as an authority and expert, and respond in real time to customer demands, requests and complaints.

You’ll discover:

  • The risks involved in using social media that every business owner needs to be aware of.
  • How to be equipped with tools so you can know when your activities are putting you and your business at risk.
  • How to be sure that your employees are using social media properly and not putting you and your business at risk.

$57.00

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