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Legal Researchers & language translators needed 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $250.00, Expiry - Jan 27, 2020, Proposals(6) - posted at one month ago
We are looking for people who can research on law areas like employment law, data protection laws, corporate secretarial laws, Tax laws, and export control laws across various geographies & track updates around the same .

Philippines - Experienced lawyer needed 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $22.00, Expiry - Jan 23, 2020, Proposals(1) - posted at one month 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!

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

Fixed - Est. Budget - $75.00, Expiry - Jan 4, 2020, Proposals(2) - posted at 2 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

I need a standard house rental agreement created in word. 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $5.00, Expiry - Dec 20, 2019, Proposals(6) - posted at 2 months ago
I need a standard rental agreement complying with sri lankan law. I will fill in the property and tenant details. Document should be in word format.

Need an attorney to form a new software company and legal docs 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $800.00, Expiry - Dec 20, 2019, Proposals(8) - posted at 2 months ago
I need following to create a new software company that sells software products:1. Create a legal company (entity) LLC2. Create legal documentation in order to sell subscription-based products (Terms and Conditions that users accept, license, contracts and subscription model that clients signs)

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Help me create agreements and form a limited partnership 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $2,000.00, Expiry - Dec 19, 2019, Proposals(2) - posted at 2 months ago
I need help creating the legal docs for a Limited Partnership I have formed. I run a software company and have taken on 'silent partners' and given them revenue shares in my company for their monthly partnership fee. I need help getting all the legal set up for this partnership.

A simple termsheet type review / edit 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $50.00, Expiry - Dec 13, 2019, Proposals(1) - posted at 3 months ago
I've a little termsheet in a project charter type form. I'd like it to be semi-legal to give a bit more formal flair but yet written in not too formal writing. will share contentonly 1 pager,.

Looking for Canadian legal advice for an app 

Fixed - Est. Budget - $50.00, Expiry - Dec 12, 2019, Proposals(0) - posted at 3 months ago
Just need quick research done for an app in developing. Some legal questions are needed to be answered to continue.

Attorney to review contract and provide advice 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $22.00, Expiry - Dec 9, 2019, Proposals(3) - posted at 3 months ago
Looking for an attorney to help with occasional legal advice. I have a firm whom I work with on larger / more involved issues but I would like to find someone who specializes in contract law who can advise me on an as needed basis. Immediate need is a contract review for a software development project. Contract has been more

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Looking for an experienced Real Estate Attorney to review draft 

Hourly - Est. Budget - $22.00, Expiry - Dec 9, 2019, Proposals(0) - posted at 3 months ago
Looking for an experienced Real Estate Attorney to review a petition draft regarding real estate matters. Need to have document looked over for appropriate legal verbiage and proper arguments to prove a case prior to filing the request. Also help to prepare plaintiff for possibility of self representation in trial.

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