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Rajah Lehal


October 13, 2016

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Clausehound.com is very excited to have joined forces with Project Spaces, a fantastic and reputable co-working space based out of our hometown, Toronto, ON. Our collaboration aims to promote business startup innovation and growth throughout our great city! Many budding entrepreneurs use Project Spaces to find an affordable, effective, and collaborative space to build their ventures. Clausehound is excited to provide these entrepreneurs the legal drafting tools required to grow a business in an effective and protected way!

About Project Spaces: Project Spaces provides flexible, collaborative workspaces for entrepreneurs, freelancers and mobile workers. Their members are thinkers, leaders and innovators working in a wide variety of industries. Project Spaces offers multiple membership types and membership benefits, including a general Network Membership, Lounge Membership, or a Dedicated Desk. Further benefits available through Project Spaces can be found here.


About Clausehound.com: Clausehound.com is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents to make businesses more productive. Our $10 per month DIY Legal Library hosts tens of thousands of legal clauses, contracts, articles, lawyer commentary and instructional videos. Our professional version offers a concierge service that will assist you to should you have any questions while trying to source an agreement. We’re both very excited to be contributing to business growth in our home Province of Ontario and enabling up-and-coming entrepreneurs to pursue their business dreams!


Written by Rajah. Rajah Lehal is Founder and CEO of Clausehound.com. Rajah is a legal technologist and technology lawyer who is, together with the Clausehound team, capturing and sharing lawyer expertise, building deal negotiation libraries, teaching negotiation in classrooms, and automating negotiation with software.