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Attorney needed to write Privacy Policy, EULA for Healthcare SAAS Application 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $5.00, Expiry - Jan 31, 2020, Proposals(3) - posted at 2 months ago
Looking for an Attorney to write the below for a SAAS Healthcare platform which includes web, mobile iOS & Android, desktop apps. Privacy PolicyTerms & Conditions EULACookie Policy Disclaimer

Philippines - Experienced lawyer needed 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $22.00, Expiry - Jan 23, 2020, Proposals(3) - posted at 2 months ago
We need a lawyer to revise our NDA contract and adapt it to fit the PH legal framework.Inform the contractual employees of the foregoing terms and conditions before they start their employment job with us.Lawyer applicants must be from the Philippines only.Please bid on our project is you are interested.Thank You!

Corporate law advisor needed to handle the legal matters of a healthcare service provider company. 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $22.00, Expiry - Jan 20, 2020, Proposals(10) - posted at 2 months ago
We're looking for a business-minded legal advisor who will provide support on general business and legal matters of our healthcare service provider company and its marketing policies.This project requires: - Experience in a law firm and/or in-house with major firm - Other requirements such as information on certifications/ more

Lead generator to find properties that have been through the Santa Clara County probate process. 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $150.00, Expiry - Jan 19, 2020, Proposals(1) - posted at 2 months ago
Willing to pay $.50 per valid lead. Each lead must contain, property address, owner name and phone number (if listed) and date of title transfer. Freelancer must be willing to drive him or herself to SSC courthouse's Probate department and know how to pull required information (if required). Will ONLY pay for leads who's more

True story 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $5.00, Expiry - Jan 16, 2020, Proposals(3) - posted at 2 months ago
Need a writer who can write and sell the film for a high profile criminal case out of Chicago

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Need a person to "review/correct/add to" a royalty payment contract 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $75.00, Expiry - Jan 4, 2020, Proposals(5) - posted at 3 months ago
About us:Company who owns a design for a slow juicer (kitchen appliance)We're looking for a legal adviser to provide support on checking a draft contract and help us improve the royalty payment contract. The contract is in English.This project requires: -knowledge of royalty payment contracts and what supporting documents are more

Simple Business Plan + Pro Forma For Pilot Episode of Documentary Series 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $120.00, Expiry - Jan 2, 2020, Proposals(1) - posted at 3 months ago
Business Plan 4-5 pages in lengthLooking for someone who can help me think through possible expenses of filming a pilot episode Pro Forma created to present to the investorI am looking for someone who is personable and creative, willing to think outside the box with meMust have great communication skills, be kind and fun to more

New Business Owner looking for Seamstress with an eye for Fashion 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $22.00, Expiry - Dec 29, 2019, Proposals(7) - posted at 3 months ago
I am about to Open an Online Store/ Boutique for Womens Fashion amongst a few other items. I will Need for my Seamstress to make at least 3 unique styles in quantities of 3 to 5 every month or so.

Patent Attorney Required For Technology Product 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $300.00, Expiry - Dec 28, 2019, Proposals(2) - posted at 3 months ago
I am looking for a patent attorney or expert that can help me submit a patent in the U.K and Europe, Possibly a U.S / world patent. The product would sit in the technology / electronics sector. I do have some specification drawn up already.Although this is very close to Christmas I wanted to draft and file the application more

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Forensic Accountant needed to evaluate and calculate damages for breach of contract action 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $18.00, Expiry - Dec 25, 2019, Proposals(0) - posted at 3 months ago
I am seeking an experienced forensic accountant to assist in damage calculation for a breach of contract action. If you have experience in calculating past and future loss profits for litigation, please reach out. A confidentiality agreement must be signed before I can share any additional details of the project.

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