When you launch a website or app you are probably not thinking about legal issues, but you should. Depending on what your website or app does, you may need legal terms to protect you.
Other than state requirements, here are some reasons your startup’s website or app may need one or both:
Here are some things you might consider including in your terms:
There are a lot of ways to get legal terms for your your startup or small business. You can write your own, use language from other websites (but don’t commit copyright infringement), use an online terms generator, or hire a startup lawyer to help you. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, but I obviously think engaging a startup lawyer is the safest way to get your legal terms.
(This article is general in nature and is not legal advice.)
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