• Tanya S Osensky

How I Help Businesses with no Legal Department

My client is a mid-size software company, and all of their relationships require a contract – they have thousands of contracts on file, including all of their customers, suppliers, referral partners, etc.

I help with these routine contracts, and over the years of working with them, I have come to understand their business so that now I can be more efficient and solve potential issues before they become problems.

I have 20 years’ experience as in-house counsel. That's a great fit for a fast-growing company without a legal department, but one that's not yet ready to hire a lawyer full-time.

Are you tired of reading long legal memos from law firms, but also don’t have time to play lawyer yourself? Consider how efficiently your company's routine legal matters are being handled... I can help with that.

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