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LegalVision is a market disruptor in the commercial legal services industry. With an innovative management structure, lower overheads and the creative use of technology, we are able to offer high-quality services to our clients on a fixed-fee basis. At LegalVision, we are committed to giving our clients true value for their legal spend. For us, innovation is a means to achieve our core purpose, which is to provide premium legal services through our specialist lawyers, who have worked at leading law firms in Australia. As a full-service corporate and commercial law firm, we handle such matters as business structuring, sale and purchase of businesses, contract reviews and drafting, commercial leasing, IP & trademarks, employment and dispute resolution - all across various industries. Our innovative customer-centric approach in delivering legal services has already transformed Australia’s legal landscape. ... Show more
TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQSurry Hills, AU
Websitelegalvision.com.au
Employee Ratings4.7

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)136(+14%)

LegalVision Office Locations

LegalVision has an office in Surry Hills
Surry Hills, AU (HQ)
67 Fitzroy St
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LegalVision Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

LegalVision total Funding

$5.7 m

LegalVision latest funding size

$4.20 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

LegalVision investors

LegalVision's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $4.2 m. In total, LegalVision has raised $5.7 m
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Selling Your Franchise Network Part 3: Franchise Agreements and Leases

Selling your franchise network involves many steps and a lot of planning. Organising your franchise agreements and leases is a crucial part of this process. In Part Three of this Selling Your Franchise Network series, we explain what you need to know about franchise agreements and leases in a franch…

Selling Your Franchise Network Part 2: Due Diligence

When selling your franchise business, it is important to have your legal and financial documents sorted and conduct due dilligence. These documents should include details of your: company structure; intellectual property (IP) rights; registrations; and staff entitlements. In Part One of this Selling…

Selling Your Franchise Network Part 1: The Early Stages

If you have grown your business to the point where you are thinking about selling your franchise network, it can be a very exciting time. All that hard effort is – hopefully – about to pay off. The question is: how can you make the sale process as smooth as possible and avoid delays (or […] The post…

What Does Google’s GDPR Ruling Mean for My Business?

In January 2019, French regulators fined Google €50 million (approximately AUD$79,000) for breaching privacy rules under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The National Data Protection Commission (also known as the CNIL) found that Google had violated its obligations to be transparent by…

Technology Has Reached the Law: A Justin Kan Case Study

It’s been 80 years since Konrad Zuse built the world’s first programmable computer in his parent’s basement. Fifty years after that, the World Wide Web was born. We have now been living in the internet age for close to 30 years, and, in that time, computation and technology have continued to evolve …

Is the Global Talent Scheme Right for My Business?

For many Australian businesses and startups, the most common working visa, the 482 scheme, provides limited options when attracting talented individuals to fill highly specialised positions. For highly specialised workers, few people may have heard of their profession, let alone included them on gov…
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LegalVision Company Life and Culture

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LegalVision Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was LegalVision founded?

    LegalVision was founded in 2012.

  • How many employees does LegalVision have?

    LegalVision has 136 employees.

  • Who are LegalVision competitors?

    Competitors of LegalVision include The Institute for Legislative Action, RVM and UpCounsel.

  • Where is LegalVision headquarters?

    LegalVision headquarters is located at 67 Fitzroy St, Surry Hills.

  • Where are LegalVision offices?

    LegalVision has an office in Surry Hills.

  • How many offices does LegalVision have?

    LegalVision has 1 office.