Sprintlaw - Legal Services

Sprintlaw - Legal Services

Legal

20-40 Meagher Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

ABN 62616847093
EST 2015

About

sprintlaw is a new type of law firm, designed for Australian small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs. Our team of expert lawyers are savvy users of tech tools and operate completely online – saving you time, money and helping you get legal services as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
We offer services like legal structure of a small business, business partnership agreement, company registration services, shareholders agreement, buying and selling a business, contract agreement, hire agreement, affiliate agreement, joint venture agreement, business sale agreement, loan agreement, employment agreement, commercial lease agreement, app t&c, e-commerce t&c, marketplace t&c, saas terms and conditions, website terms and conditions, intellectual property check, IP assignment, IP licence, trademark registration.

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  • Client of sprintlaw - The Rough Period

FAQ

Are there any special offers available to customers on SavvySME?

Yes, we have a head office based in Sydney, but our use of technology allows our team members to work remotely from around Australia.

Which geographical areas does your business service?

Yes, we have a head office based in Sydney, but our use of technology allows our team members to work remotely from around Australia.

Why should a customer hire your business over other service professionals?

At sprintlaw our focus is on providing commercial legal services for businesses. We specialise in helping small businesses and startups get off the ground and continue operating without having to stress about any unexpected legal obstacles. Our lawyers specialise in technology, intellectual property, contract drafting, corporate and commercial law. We do not do disputes or litigation, debt collection, or personal legal matters (such as wills, estates, personal injury or conveyancing).

What are your customers` most frequently asked questions?

Qus. Are you a law firm? Who are your Lawyers ? Ans. Yes, sprintlaw is a law firm. Specifically, we are an Incorporated Legal Practice registered with the Law Society of NSW.The difference between us and a traditional law firm is that we communicate with our clients online, by email and phone, rather than face to face and use lots of behind-the-scenes technology to deliver legal services. This helps make our services more efficient, affordable and accessible for our clients.We also operate using fixed-fee pricing rather than using traditional ‘billable hours’, to give our clients price certainty and make sure there are no hidden costs.Our legal team is made up of experienced lawyers, who are specialists in various areas of law and hold an Australian legal practising certificate. They have all trained at leading Australian firms, but have left the traditional corporate law world to join us on our mission to create a new and better way of delivering legal services. Our team has specialist expertise in technology law, intellectual property law, contract drafting and review, corporate law and commercial law.

What types of payment methods do you accept?

Unlike traditional law firms, everything we do is on a fixed-fee basis. This means you will always know the total cost of your legal bill from the start.Once you’ve accepted and signed our engagement letter, we will send through the payment details. Please note that we take full payment upfront into our trust account.You’ll see in our engagement letter that your money will be held in our trust account until we’ve completed the scope of your project. To make sure that your money is handled properly, we follow the rules and guidelines set by the Law Society of NSW to handle your trust money. More information about trust accounts can be found here.

How long does delivery usually take to Australian metro cities?

Generally, it takes us 1 – 2 weeks to complete a legal project. However, this can vary depending on how busy we are, unforeseen complexities with your project and your availability for calls or your response to provide us with the information we require. We will provide you with an estimated delivery time for your project once we get started, and we’ll keep you updated during your project if there is likely to be any change to this delivery time.

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Regie Anne Gardoce answered a question

How do you handle requests for refunds on non-refundable deposits for cancelled events due to COVID19?

Hi Shani, Regie from Sprintlaw here. We're an online law firm that helps small businesses so I thought I'd give you some general legal information that might help!First - do you have a contract? The answer to this question will most...