BOCA RATON IN-HOUSE COUNSEL
In general, any business can benefit from legal counsel. The more you work with the public, use vendors, hire personnel, and sign contracts, the more likely it is you may want to consult with an attorney in order to ensure that your interests are protected. This is why many business owners find the value in employing in-house counsel. By keeping an attorney on staff, you ensure all issues are given the attention they require while you keep your focus centered on your business.
Our in-house counsel services include:
- Pre-paid, retained hours
- Contract review & negotiation
- Daily operational & legal needs
Evaluation of business operations, policies and procedures
DOES YOUR BUSINESS NEED IN-HOUSE COUNSEL?
As any business owner knows, when you run your own company, you don’t just have to be fluent in your industry; you have to know the laws that surround your business. Think about how much time you spend on legal items on a daily, weekly and monthly basis and whether you are actually confident whether you are correct in your knowledge of the law. By keeping an attorney on-staff, you can an implement a proactive measure to minimize your risk and you will always have someone to speak on your behalf.
CONTACT OUR BOCA RATON IN-HOUSE COUNSEL TODAY
Deciding whether or not you should have an attorney on staff of your Florida business is the first step. While you can always consult with a business attorney on an as-needed basis, once those hours start to accumulate, you may find the cost of having an attorney on staff is actually lower than paying by the hour. If you decide that you want an in-house counsel, we can help! Melody Cobbe is an experienced business attorney offering in-house counsel to companies and business owners in Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
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