Website legal compliance has become a hot topic for webmasters of e-commerce and SaaS websites. And it’s no wonder, considering the increasing pace of legal regulation and lawsuits. In its June 2010 issue, Website Magazine interviewed DigiContracts.com founder and leading Internet attorney Chip Cooper regarding which website legal forms does your website really need. The article is entitled “Is Your Website a Breeding Ground for Lawsuits?”
“In the Website Magazine article, I pointed out that my DigiContracts.com online website documents drafting service has a free online tool we call the Website Docs Determinator… and it’ll help you determine which website legal forms your website really needs”, states Cooper. “All you do is answer a few questions – it takes less than two minutes.”
Cooper believes his MyLegalFirewall online drafting service for website legal forms offers a huge value to webmasters. “As a practicing Internet attorney, I know that a typical law firm would charge $2,000 or more to do the analysis of what a particular ecommerce website requires, to draft the documents, and to provide instructions for incorporation of the documents into the website. Our ‘do-it-myself’ prices range from $49 to $149 depending on specific requirements, and that’s a real value”, adds Cooper.
About Digital Contracts
Leading Internet, IP and software lawyer and Digicontracts.com founder Chip Cooper has automated the process of drafting website legal contracts, website legal forms, and website documents online, including SaaS reseller agreements. Use his free online tool - Website Documents Determinator -- to determine which documents your website really needs for website legal compliance.