Need legal help for startups company? Here are 5 useful tools
LawPivot is a legal Q&A site in which companies, and especially startups, can receive crowdsourced and confidential legal answers from highly qualified lawyers, and find the right lawyers for all their needs.
You can use LawPivot’s recommendation search engine to suggest the best lawyers on LawPivot to answer your question — you can also specify characteristics that are most important to you.
Then choose to send your question to the multiple lawyers LawPivot recommends, or to lawyers you choose based on LawPivot’s recommendations and the lawyers’ profiles. Then you will be notified by email every time a lawyer has responded back to your question with their confidential answer.
A company and lawyer can each send follow up messages to provide clarifications as needed.
MyNewCompany.com offers an honest comparison to its competitors and works with individuals, attorneys and CPAs to assist in company formations for entrepreneurs across the nation.
The company provides a variety of free tools and resources designed to educate new company owners and offers helpful resources, at no extra charge, about important business functions such as trademarks, logo design and payroll services.
Avvo, the largest legally related Q&A website, which offers a community of rated lawyers answering consumers questions such as “incorporation,” “tech startup,” “online company,” “non-disclosure agreement,” “intellectual property, “non-compete agreement,” “sale of business,” etc.
Instant Legal Help makes it easy and simple to find a qualified and experienced lawyer in your area or any major U.S. cities to help you with your particular legal needs.
InstantLegalHelp.com web channel provides potential clients with an easy-to-use search to find law firms anywhere in the United States. The search results are plotted on a Google map along with the firm’s contact information and detailed description.
RealDealDocs provides lawyers with extraordinary access to hundreds of thousands of corporate/transactional documents and millions of deal clauses, created by attorneys from leading U.S. firms.
RealDealDocs organizes the filings for companies ranging from Fortune 500 to the smallest of small caps. They then strip away superfluous information so you get just the exhibits and clauses you need, organized the way you want to find them.
RealDealDocs lets you dictate exactly the kind of document you’re seeking. Say you were looking for a few good examples of a patent license agreement. Using simple pull-down menus, select “Intellectual property” as the document type and “patent license agreement” as the subtype.
You can modify that further with full text search or by choosing additional search fields; in seconds, RealDealDocs returns dozens of examples, prepared by top law firms for leading public companies