Our Business Model
Your CFO will love it.
Your Bottom Line.
Osensky Law's business model is designed around being more cost-effective and efficient for clients. No fancy office space. No staff. No run-around. When you call Tanya, you get Tanya. Not a paralegal; not an administrative assistant; not a receptionist. You won't be transferred among several people. You don't have to explain things twice to someone else. Nothing gets lost in translation.
Focus on Value.
Osensky Law is run like your own business: cost-effective, practical, and client-focused. This efficient, no frills business model allows Osensky Law to provide top-tier quality at very competitive rates. Most services are provided on fixed-fee basis because no one likes surprise bills. We will discuss and agree exactly what the services will cost in advance.
Legal advice and documents should be written with the audience in mind: not judges or other lawyers, but the business people who will be reading and using them. You deserve clear, practical advice and documents drafted in plain English, so you can make better business decisions.
Osensky Law is different because Tanya Osensky's experience comes from working inside the business, rather than an outside firm.
Why does that matter? Because in-house lawyers are like the fireproofing in a building. You don't see it, you may not even know it's there, but it's silently working around the clock to protect you. And it's not until a fire threatens to break out that you appreciate its value.
While law firms train lawyers to handle litigation after a dispute already happened, in-house lawyers are trained to identify, analyze and address risks that could later turn into expensive litigation. Their work is preventative, so it often goes unnoticed. After all, it's hard to appreciate the disaster that didn't happen, the crisis that was averted, the lawsuit that never materialized. While it's not as visible as winning a lawsuit, the impact is immeasurable. This behind-the-scenes work protects and enables your business.
Here's another way to break it down:
Traditional Law Firm Approach
See only the risk; fail to understand that people make money off of risk
Think that the only solution to risk is to modify terms; waste time and money focusing on issues that are too remote to really matter
Protect their own liability exposure by avoiding giving advice on tough "business decisions"
Motivated to bill more hours by unnecessarily prolonging and over-complicating matters
Osensky Law Approach
Work to understand not just the client's business, but also the client's risk tolerance and how the business handles risks
Understand what really matters in a deal and what’s the likelihood that something can go wrong
Know that all decisions in a transaction are business decisions
Use fixed fees to incentivize efficiency and ensure that the focus stays on what really matters
I wanted to thank you for designing a contract that a customer had ZERO changes to! This is a first and it's all due to you writing a solid contract. Thank you again.
- Joanna Pera
CEO, Powered by Pera Consulting, LLC