Internet Solicitors & Website Solicitors
We are a modern and progressive internet law firm and operate a new legal services business model which significantly reduces our overheads and which means we can transfer the benefit of those cost savings back to our customers in the form of competitive fee rates.
What sets us apart from many other internet solicitors is that we deliver legal services using a business model that utilises the best aspects of the traditional internet law firm but which also incorporates a flexible consultancy based legal services model. This means that many of our website solicitors are consultants who work remotely at various locations in England and by using the latest IT technology they can service our clients anywhere in England and Wales. Our business model means that clients have the option of choosing either remote delivery of legal services which is simple, effective and cost efficient or alternatively the more traditional delivery of legal services via meetings in person at either our serviced offices or at the client's business premises.
With the exception of our administrative headquarters, we only use serviced offices for basic needs such as telephone answering. Any additional fees for meetings are only incurred on an "as and when" used basis which means that we do not incur many of the significant property overheads which are incurred by other more traditional internet law firms.
Our internet solicitors go to great lengths to ensure that they keep up to date with the latest developments in internet law. It is a fast moving medium which requires complex technical legal skills. As an internet law firm we have the expertise to be able to provide sophisticated solutions in relation to any technical legal query.
Our website solicitors provide the following internet legal advice:
Please contact us on 0800 567 7595 or by email at [email protected]
Alternatively, you can contact each of our offices on 020 3292 1306 (London); 0121 259 0005 (Birmingham); 01223 420252 (Cambridge); 01865 784098 (Oxford); 01858 414284 (Market Harborough); 0116 208 1495 (Leicester).
0800 567 7595
OFFICES AND GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVICED BY US
We have offices in London, Birmingham, Cambridge, Oxford (all by appointment only), Leicester and our administrative office is in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.
All correspondence and post should be sent to our Administrative office in Market Harborough and we shall not be liable in the event that correspondence is sent elsewhere.
We provide legal services all over England and Wales.
OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE:
Website Design and Development - Our internet lawyers act for developers and their clients. We draft, review and negotiate Website Design and Development Agreements. We ensure that the scope of the development services is clearly defined so that there is no scope for misinterpretation, and where appropriate we also include delivery milestones which may be subject to acceptance testing
Hosting arrangements - Are you considering a bespoke hosting arrangement? If so our website lawyers can assist with advising on the Hosting Agreement. In certain circumstances we advise on the inclusion of hosting "down time" remedies such as liquidated damages and/ or service credits
Terms and conditions of Website Use - Every website should have Terms and Conditions of Website Use. This does not relate to e-commerce activities such as the sale of goods and services via your website, but how people use your website. Our internet lawyers can draft terms that suit your particular website
Website Terms and Conditions of Sale - These are generally e-commerce terms and conditions that relate to the sale of goods and services via your website. Whether you are selling to a business or a consumer, our website solicitors can draft appropriate terms that reflect the nature of your business and deal with any associated risks. Where appropriate we will incorporate the latest developments under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 for online sales
Data Protection - Our website lawyers have extensive experience of advising on Data Protection law generally, including in relation to website access and use. Why not let us guide you through the complex data protection minefield?