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Australian Technology Law Firm Releases Online Platform For Legal Documents

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Arnotts Technology Lawyers has released DocuStream – an online platform that is revolutionising the way that Australian technology and telecommunications organisations get their legal documents drafted.

With the arrival of DocuStream, the often time consuming and expensive process of engaging lawyers to provide hi-tech legal documents is almost at an end. With DocuStream, users can save thousands of their legal bills.

DocuStream users can download standalone or bundles of technology contracts in a matter of seconds. Each document has been prepared by Arnotts’s technology lawyers and comes tailored to users’ requirements using DocuStream’s sophisticated document generation technology. Each DocuStream contract also comes with a limited amount of free legal advice and with a huge library of contracts ranging from Employment Contracts, Software Licence Agreement and SAAS Platform Terms of Use to Hosting Agreements, Managed Services Agreements, Channel Partner Agreements and more, DocuStream has you covered.

iTWire readers can get 5% off DocuStream’s documents and kits by entering discount code ‘docu5off’ at checkout.

About Arnotts Technology Lawyers

Arnotts Technology Lawyers is a boutique law firm based in Sydney’s CBD. Alan Arnott, the principal of the firm has degrees in computer science and law and extensive experience acting for software developers, ISPs, telco carriers, managed services providers, and many other players in the IT and telco industries. Arnotts assists clients with all of their technology contract drafting and negotiation requirements in addition to providing dispute resolution and litigation representation.

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