Expertly Group Legal & HR Document Templates

Legal & HR Document Templates

Protecting Your Business

There are several reasons why you should subscribe to Expertly Group:

  1. With partner rates at most high street law firms now averaging £250 per hour, you can update your legal contracts and HR documentation for the same cost per month, i.e. £250 per month (minimum 12 month contract, all prices subject to VAT).
  2. Or, to put it another way, one simple shareholders’ agreement from a high street law firm will set you back some £3,000. For the same cost across the year, we provide 36 legal contracts and HR documentation.

Once a subscriber, you simply select the most appropriate templates for your business from our extensive list – two legal document templates plus one HR Pack per calendar month.

This offer represents tremendous value for your business. So, free yourself up from hourly billing by signing up now.

Why You Should Use Contracts in Your Business

Five common misconceptions about contracts include:

  1. “I can draft our company’s contracts myself.”
  2. “We always avoid litigation anyway, so contracts are irrelevant.”
  3. “We don’t want to raise issues with our customers’ contracts as it may offend them.”
  4. “We wouldn’t argue with the terms offered by our supplier as they seem fairly reasonable.”
  5. “We have already been ‘commercial’ in our verbal negotiations, so no need for a contract.”

Unfortunately, these methods of governing commercial relationships still seem to prevail in the business community.

According to the 2015 Litigation Trends Survey, over a third of UK businesses listed contractual disputes as a top area of concern in the future. Prevention is always better (and much cheaper) than cure.

A Quick Word About GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulations came into force on 25th May 2018. The European Commission has advised that the fines for any data breaches will be:-

  • 20 million Euros or 4% of global annual turnover, whichever is the greater (for example, non-compliant international data transfers)
  • 10 million Euros or 2% of global annual turnover, whichever is the greater (for example, non-compliant cyber-security measures)

Further information from the Information Commissioner’s Office can be found at

All our legal and HR document templates have been reviewed in the light of these new regulations and updated, wherever necessary.  So, if you supply into much larger organisations, then don’t be the weakest link and ensure that all your documents are GDPR-compliant.