Got a website? Who doesn’t right? Well if you’re running a website and don’t have a good set of terms and conditions then you are asking for trouble.
What kind of trouble you ask? Well how about copyright infringement lawsuits, class action lawsuits, or even legal action that you have to deal with in a state on the other end of the country!
If you’re running a website and don’t have a good set of terms and conditions then you are asking for trouble.
A good set of website terms and conditions can minimize all sorts of risks. In fact no website should be without one. It really doesn’t matter how small your business or web presence is.
Don’t just settle for the boilerplate website terms and conditions that your web designer was good enough to include for free either. Chances are you’ll get what you paid for there…
If you want to protect your business, you need terms and conditions created specific for your business, your clients, and your risk exposure.
I’ve been drafting terms and conditions for websites since 2011 – well before the days of “web 2.0.” Along the way, I’ve been a practitioner as well (including running Communication Hackers, a digital marketing business I started with my wife) and I can make sure that your terms and conditions address all of the latest technology and legal issues.
Ready to protect your online legal interests with good website terms and conditions?