At B&T Legal, gone are the days of being nickel-and-dimed for every call and email with your attorney. We offer fixed-fee/flat-fee project pricing for discrete engagements, comprehensive monthly legal subscription plans, and low hourly rates for outside general counsel engagements that go beyond the scope of our monthly plans. This flexible model ensures that we can provide the most cost-effective price points to meet your evolving needs.
Unlike traditional law firms, we take a novel, value-based, and transparent billing approach. Our services are well-defined, our fees are affordable and predictable, and there are no surprises or endless legal fees.
Sure, there are other online contract-mill type services that provide subscription plans with alternating ‘on-call’ lawyers – however, with B&T Legal, you receive personalized service from a dedicated local attorney – we get to know you, your business, your needs, and act a true partner committed to growing with your company.
We respond to all contact inquiries within 24 hours. We look forward to speaking with you and providing exceptional legal services to meet all of your business needs.
With in-house lawyers carrying a six-figure price tag, and outside counsel charging an average hourly rate of $400/hr., this is simply not a cost-effective option for the vast majority of businesses. This is where B&T Legal monthly subscription plans fill the gap – we offer a comprehensive range of plans to cover your specific needs. There are no annual commitments and you are never shuffled between lawyers that need to ‘start fresh’ with each and every project. We offer multiple tiered packages:
At B&T Legal, we strongly believe in upfront, straightforward, transparent prices for any and all defined-scope projects. Unlike the online contract mills, we provide dedicated attorney support throughout your project rather than simply providing a template and brief consultation with a lawyer that doesn’t know you, your business, your specific needs, and will probably never speak to you again. At B&T Legal, our model is different – we serve as a member of your team without the in-house price tag.
Also known as purchase agreements, these contracts outline the terms of a sale between a buyer and a seller. They include details such as the product or service being sold, price, delivery terms, payment terms, and warranties.
These contracts define the scope, terms, and conditions of services to be provided by one party to another. They often cover areas like project milestones, payment schedules, confidentiality, and dispute resolution.
Loan contracts outline the terms and conditions of a loan, including the principal amount, interest rate, repayment schedule, and any collateral required.
Purchase agreements are used in the acquisition of a business or assets. They specify the terms of the purchase, including the purchase price, payment terms, and any conditions that must be met.
Lease contracts are used when one party (the lessor) agrees to grant another party (the lessee) the right to use an asset, like property or equipment, for a specified period in exchange for payment.
These documents outline the terms of employment between an employer and an employee. They cover compensation, job responsibilities, benefits, non-compete clauses, and termination conditions.
This agreement defines the relationship between a company and an independent contractor, specifying the scope of work, payment terms, and other contractual obligations.
NDAs are contracts that require one or both parties to keep certain information confidential and not share it with others. They are often used to protect trade secrets, proprietary information, and sensitive data.
Partnership contracts establish the terms and conditions of a business partnership between two or more individuals or entities. They define how profits, losses, responsibilities, and decision-making will be shared among partners.
For corporations, a shareholder agreement outlines the rights and responsibilities of shareholders, including voting rights, buy-sell provisions, and dispute resolution mechanisms.
Also known as a business continuity agreement, it establishes a framework for the sale or transfer of a business interest in case of specified events, such as retirement, death, or disability of an owner.
Similar to partnership agreements, operating agreements are specific to limited liability companies (LLCs). They outline the structure, management, and operations of the LLC, as well as the rights and responsibilities of its members.
When two or more parties come together for a specific business project or endeavor, they use joint venture agreements to outline their roles, contributions, profit sharing, and decision-making processes.
These contracts grant one party the right to use another party’s intellectual property (such as patents, trademarks, or copyrights) in exchange for compensation or royalties.
Indemnity agreements refer to a contract where one entity agrees to hold another entity harmless for damages resulting from a specific contract.
These contracts govern the use, licensing, or transfer of intellectual property rights, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.
Franchise contracts outline the terms under which a franchisee is granted the right to operate a business using the branding, products, and processes of a franchisor.
Similar to NDAs, these agreements focus specifically on confidentiality, restricting the disclosure of certain information and imposing penalties for breaches.
Non-compete agreements prevent employees or business partners from competing with the company or engaging in similar business activities for a specified period after leaving the company.
These contracts define the relationship between a principal and an agent, outlining the agent’s authority to act on behalf of the principal in business transactions.
When companies merge or one company acquires another, M&A agreements outline the terms of the transaction, including purchase price, due diligence, and post-merger integration.
We draft and negotiate software licensing agreements that outline the terms and conditions under which software can be used, distributed, and sublicensed. This may include end-user license agreements (EULAs) and open-source licenses.
We help businesses create SaaS agreements that detail the terms of providing software services over the internet, addressing issues such as data security, uptime guarantees, and customer support.
We draft contracts that govern the development of software, specifying the scope of work, payment terms, intellectual property ownership, and project timelines.
Subscription contracts govern the terms of subscribing to a service or product on a recurring basis.
These contracts are used to outline ongoing maintenance and support services for equipment or software.
EULAs are often presented to end-users during software installation or account creation. They detail the terms and conditions of software use and typically include clauses regarding user responsibilities and restrictions.
SLAs are commonly used in cloud computing and IT services. They establish performance expectations, response times, and remedies in case of service interruptions or failures.
These contracts outline the terms and conditions for the transfer of technology, intellectual property, or proprietary information from one party to another. They are often used in technology licensing or joint ventures.
We respond to all contact inquiries within 24 hours. Our standard Subscription Agreement and Flat Fee Terms are conveniently provided for electronic signature and our client payment portal allows for secure fee processing.
We make the process simple and straightforward, consistent with our commitment to delivering high-quality, efficient, and cost-effective legal services without the red tape, exorbitant expense, and surprise billing you will encounter at traditional law firms. Contact us today to get started right away – we look forward to helping your business achieve its goals.