LegalVisionPyrmont, NSW 2009

LegalVision

Legal

100 Harris Street, Pyrmont, NSW 2009

ABN 50 167 804 088
EST 2012

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LegalVision is a market disruptor in the commercial legal services industry. Our innovative business model and custom-built technology allow our lawyers to provide a faster, better quality and more cost-effective client experience. LegalVision is a leader in delivering legal services in Australia and has assisted more than 150,000 businesses. LegalVision has replaced "six-minute billing" with fixed fees, as well as subscription pricing for clients with recurring needs. LegalVision's innovative model is now catching the attention of Australia's largest companies, who want to leverage their unique mix of legal and tech capabilities - for example, by using artificial intelligence to review high volumes of contracts. The firm was named Fastest Growing Law Firm in the Asia-Pacific by the Financial Times.

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Business and Commercial Lawyers

Commercial Law

Business and Commercial Lawyers  

LegalVision is a market disruptor in the commercial legal services industry. Our innovative business model and custom-built technology allow our lawyers to provide a faster, better quality and more cost-effective client experience. We offer fixed-fees and quick turnarounds on our legal work.  

Project cost from $495

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Maya Lash answered a question

Should you use registered business name or individual name when invoicing a sole trader?

Hi Luke,Generally, our suggestion is that an invoice should be addressed to the individual, since they are the legal entity. Where that individual has a registered business name, an invoice can be addressed to the...