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Why it makes sense to outsource your in-house counsel position

Many small business owners have legal issues that must be addressed but have no in-house counsel. They could either hire a full-time counsel, or they could outsource their legal needs. There are upsides to outsourcing for the business owner: It allows flexibility, it saves money, and it allows management to focus on the business.


As an outsourced counsel, I respond to urgent legal issues that affect your business. For example, I can efficiently help your company with each new contract that needs negotiating. Even if it’s a simple question, you can pick up the phone and call me.


If you are interested in having an outsourced legal counsel, feel free to reach out. I work with each client to determine their needs and how to best work with them. My services are tailored to your needs to make sure your business is protected. I focus on a seamless working arrangement that works best for both of us.

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