There are almost as many types of contracts as there are relationships under the sun, but some of the contracts Origami Legal can assist you with are listed below.
Artist and Author Agreements
Copyright Licensing and Assignments
If branding is a big part of your business, you may eventually want to license your brand out to third-party manufactures or service providers. It’s important for many reasons, including maintaining your trademark rights, that you define the terms of that licensing in writing.
The agreements listed above are just a few of the contracts that your business may need and that Origami Legal can assist you with. There are many, many other categories of commonly used contracts other than the ones listed above – if you have a contracting need, get in touch to discuss how we can help.
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How long does it take to draft a contract?
It depends heavily on the specifics. Typical turn around time is a few business days, but a particularly complex or novel agreement can take longer.
How much does it cost?
It depends on the contract. If you’d like information, use the button above to get the ball rolling and find out!
Do you offer a flat fee?
We offer flat fees whenever possible, but novel or complex contracts, and contracts that involve third party negotiations, may require an hourly rate.
Can you draft me an iron-clad contract?
No, and anyone who tells you they can is misleading you. Contracts can help you avoid disputes, and they can help you win if there is a dispute, but even the most well-crafted contract is not a guarantee of any particular result. To accomplish that, you’d have to be able to see the future – and if we could see the future, we’d probably be using that superpower to do something other than drafting your contracts!
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