Sprintlaw offers smart, simple and affordable legal solutions for small businesses and startups.
Make sure your software is fully legally protected.
A Software Licence Agreement sets out the terms and conditions by which users can access your software — limiting your liability and establishing ground rules.
A Software Licence Agreement tailored to your unique requirements
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We're a tech-powered law firm on a mission to make business easy and more affordable to Australian businesses. We've won numerous awards, and were recently named as Australia's top law firm innovator at the 2019 Australian Law Awards.
Our lawyers were recruited from Australia's top firms and use our custom-built technology to provide a better and more affordable legal service.
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1 / Get a quote
Our legally trained consultants will prepare a fixed-fee quote for you.
2 / Accept online
Accept your fixed-fee quote and e-sign our engagement letter.
3 / Speak to the lawyers
Speak with our expert lawyers about the details of your project.
Receive your completed project, usually within 5 - 10 working days.
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“I had a fantastic experience with Sprintlaw - it was easy, cost-effective and their lawyers provided very high quality advice. I could tell they really cared about my business.”
“They’ve helped us tremendously and are seriously knowledgeable and honest. Couldn’t recommend the crew at Sprintlaw more!”
A Software Licence Agreement is an agreement under which a software vendor provides software to a client for fees. As a software-powered law firm with an internal development team, we understand the role and importance of these agreements. We have great legal expertise in this field and are ready to assist you with creating a Software Licence Agreement that suits your needs.
Software Licence Agreements typically include clauses that address payment, access to software, and Intellectual Property ownership. They also detail user obligations and prohibited use. These agreements also protect your business, thanks to clauses addressing limitation of liability, disclaimers and third party disclaimers (protecting you if there is, for instance, a third party outage). The agreements also outline dispute resolution and termination processes.
As an online law firm, we eliminate the headaches of paying us by the hour and finding time to meet with a lawyer in person. We communicate via phone, email and cloud conferencing — whichever suits you! We know you’re busy, so we’re only a click away. You’ll be guided through this process by our expert lawyers, who are Australian-qualified and were trained at leading law firms. They left the traditional corporate law sphere to help us make legal services better. Our lawyers specialise in technology, intellectual property, contract drafting, corporate and commercial law.
Our law firm operates completely online, which means we can help you wherever you are in Australia. We work at The Commons Central – a cool co-working space in Chippendale, Sydney – but our lawyers often work flexibly across various locations.