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Having spent over two decades in the legal field, I can often spot problem areas that many business owners simply can't ... because they haven't had to experience the problem yet.

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Business Website Risk Audit

We understand, starting a business can be expensive, and you're inclined to cut corners in order to launch.  After all why get documents from a lawyer when you can get a document online for free from one of those legal document companies or even just cut and paste from another website online, right?  Or maybe you didn't intend to cut corners, but you didn't receive advice on areas that pertain specifically to your online presence.  Whatever your situation and reasoning, it's okay!  We totally get it.

That said, it is important for you to know that what you don't know can hurt your business and its pocket book.  For example, if you receive a website/app demand letter based upon the Americans with Disabilities Act (and troll lawyers love to send those out) you're looking at a possible $25,000+ bill just to deal with it! That's only one small example, too.  And while we aren't trying to write ourselves out of a job, it is our sincere goalto help ensure that our business owner clients never have to address those kinds of often expensive, pain points, by being proactive.  I know, it's hard to believe, but we really do care about your business ... and a great place to start is with your business website.  Believe it or not, we can tell a lot about your business, and potential risks you face, just by looking at your business website.

Having a lawyer review your business website can help ensure that the content and language on the site is legal and compliant with relevant laws and regulations. For example, a lawyer can review the site for any potential liability issues related to the sale of products or services, ensure that the site's terms of use and privacy policy are accurate and legally compliant, and ensure that any testimonials or endorsements on the site are not misleading. Additionally, a lawyer can review the site to ensure that it is not infringing on any intellectual property rights. Overall, having a lawyer review your website can help protect your business from legal issues and potential liability.  Moreover, from a customer perspective, having a lawyer review your business website helps to ensure that your online presence is professional and trustworthy.

It can be a lot ... we know.  And contrary to what the online free or low cost form builders tell you, there is no one side fits all businesses website - so risks can vary depending on functionality.  But that's precisely why Beebe Law has developed a high-level, general, multi-point Business Website Risk Audit that can provide businesses with general information about its website and, if/where applicable, give some general guidance on where your business may be able to improve so that you limit your legal, and reputational, liability.  Hey ... you've got to start somewhere, right?

What does the Business Website Risk Audit include:

While we strive to provide a helpful high-level overview, our Business Website Risk Audit Report is not meant to cover every possible risk that may exist, but rather provide information relating to specific issues that are commonly overlooked by businesses when creating and operating their website.  In this way, it may probe additional thoughts about areas that need deeper exploration later.  Doing a full formal “legal audit” on any one specific area or topic covered in this general Report would require us to have a lot more specific knowledge about your business and how you operate.  As such, any Business Website Risk Audit Report prepared for your business will be limited ... but again, it's a great place to start. 

Areas that will be generally addressed in the Business Website Risk Audit Report include:

We also understand that you may have questions about the results of your Business Website Risk Audit Report.  This is why we also include in the price of the Business Website Risk Audit a 15 minute telephonic or video consultation with an attorney to go over the results of your Business Website Risk Audit Report.  This will give you an opportunity to ask questions based upon the Report generated for you and to discuss options, if applicable, for resolving any issues that may be of concern.

What does the Business Website Risk Audit Report cost?

Formal full fledged business website risk audit reports can take many many hours and run tens of thousands of dollars due to the various nuances that businesses can have, and the many legal rabbit holes that one can go down based upon those nuances.  And not that those types of risk audits wouldn't be important for high risk businesses, but why start with such a grandiose and costly project, especially if you aren't sure where your business might fit into the risk scale?  Why not start with a basic audit report and then start working your way down, and addressing the more common issues first, and flag areas for follow up ... at a much more reasonable price?  That's where we typically like to start.  For a flat fee of $1,600.00 you can receive a general, multi-point Business Website Risk Audit Report that will help put your mind at ease because you've had a trained second pair of eyes on your website.  What price can you put on having a peace of mind?  Where else can you pay $1,600.00 to avoid potentially having to spend $25,000.00 or more?


I want a Business Website Risk Audit Report.  What is the process?

We're happy that you are taking a proactive step to better protect your business by having Beebe Law run a general Business Website Risk Audit Report!  The process is very simple to get started.

1.  Fill out the online form below.

2.  Wait for an email from Beebe Law clearing you of conflicts (usually received within 1-3 business days) which will include a link to make your non-refundable, earned upon receipt, flat-fee $1,600.00 payment for the Business Website Risk Audit and Report.

3.  Pay for the Business Website Risk Audit and Report.  You may use Debit Card, Visa, Discover or Mastercard.  Sorry, we no longer accept American Express.  You may also pay by e-check if you prefer.

4.  Wait for your Business Website Risk Audit and Report to be completed (usually received within 1-2 weeks) to be emailed to you, with a link to schedule your 15 minute post-Report follow up consultation.

5.  Schedule your 15 minute post-Report follow up appointment.

6.  Chat with an attorney about the results of your Report.

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