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Reducing the Complexity of Death
Created from a place of grief after losing her mum in her final year of University, Founder and CEO of Airloom.co, Sally Coldham, is launching a platform that guides people through the complex and difficult process of preparing for death whilst still living.  Through a series of guides and questionnaires, Airloom.co helps you to organise and collate all the important information your loved ones will need to know when you die, from caring for your pet, to passing on you assets, to accessing your bank accounts, or converting your social media accounts to legacy profiles, Airloom.co has you covered!   
20 January 2021 by Karen Finch
 
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Smart contracts
Ethereum is a new rival blockchain and virtual currency to Bitcoin which allows for the programming of smart contracts, or computer code that facilitates or enforces a set of rules. Commercial lawyers are watching the arrival of Ethereum closely given the potential for smart contracts in the future to affect their role in drafting and exchanging paper contracts. Smart contracts are currently being used to digitise business rules, but may soon move to codify legal agreements leading to less need for lawyers.
26 August 2017 by Lynn Wood
 
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A social credit score
China plans to implement a system that collects financial, social, political, and legal credit ratings of citizens into a social credit score. It will then determine if a citizen can use certain services based on his or her social credit rating. https://futurism.com/chinas-new-social-credit-score-brings-dystopian-science-fiction-to-life/ This type of score is already being used by a matchmaking service in China. http://www.ideaspies.com/post/a-matchmaking-service-that-allows-you-to-display-your-social-credit-score/ It r
24 August 2017 by oliver
 
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A replacement car from the "at fault" party or insurer
Right2Drive's mission is to uphold the rights of drivers to ensure uninterrupted motoring when they are deprived of the use of their car as a result of a motor accident. Many do not know of the Australian legal precedent under which Right2Drive operates that provides: "In the event of a multiple car collision, it is an obligation by law for the at-fault party, or the at-fault party?s insurer, to bear the cost of a like for like replacement vehicle for the no-fault party." Regardless of who was at fault in your motor accident, Right2Drive can get you back on the road without fuss for the duration of your vehicle repairs, or until you receive your total loss settlement. If you?re not at-fault or if you have optional replacement vehicle cover, there is no cost.?Right2Drive was recently taken over by the listed company Eclipx. www.eclipxgroup.com
26 August 2017 by Lynn Wood
 
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Online trademark advice
Legal Vision is Australia's leading startup focused law firm-they assist both investors and startups across all stages of the startup lifecycle. Their tech model with fixed fees allows them to provide fast and effective service. Tell them about the trademark you want to register and mention IdeaSpies for a free trademark consultation.?https://legalvision.com.au/need-trademark-registration/
21 September 2017 by Lynn Wood
 
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Access to lawyers who are rated
UpCounsel provides access to lawyers with an average of 14 years experience with online profiles, client ratings and reviews of recent work. After you post your job you are matched with the most qualified lawyers to handle your specific legal work. You can review proposals and schedule free consultations with no obligation. www.upcounsel.com
6 January 2018 by chloe
 
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