Tanya Osensky

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After 21 years as an in-house attorney for both large and small organizations, I formed Osensky Law in 2017 to bring my unique in-house counsel insights to entrepreneurs and smaller businesses. Unlike a traditional law firm, my focus is on delivering the kind of legal support a business wants and needs - not just technically correct legal advice, but strategic problem-solving with a focus on providing business value to clients.


Since earning my law degree with honors from Tulane University Law School, I worked as in-house counsel for large multinational companies such as Georgia-Pacific and MCI, as well as smaller organizations including Georgia Technology Authority and Georgia Tech. This unique combination of experience allows me to bring together the best practices of all of them. I have led multi-disciplinary teams to achieve important business goals and have successfully negotiated many multi-million dollar deals.


Now, as a business owner myself, I can relate to my clients and understand the challenges they face. I have an established reputation for providing practical advice and perspectives based on my legal training combined with over 20 years of practical hands-on experience as a business lawyer and leader.


Today, with my firm Osensky Law, I advise clients on starting a new business, buying or selling a small business, and doing business with contracts. 

Click here to listen to Winning Business Radio. In this podcast interview, I talk about my career and approach to the practice of law. I also discuss my book about heightism and how it affects hiring, wages and promotions. 

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A decisive leader.


Tanya is strong decisive leader who is success driven and has superb business clarity. I had the pleasure to work with her to deliver on an automation project that was easy to translate from business need to technical solution through Tanya’s business leadership. I would recommend Tanya in any business and would definitely work with her again given the opportunity.


- Seth Roach

Enterprise Architect, Georgia Technology Authority​