This blog was developed to educate small business owners and lawyers who may counsel them about the importance of building a relationship with a good business attorney to perform "Out-House" General Counsel services for their business.
WHY DOES YOUR BUSINESS NEED AN "OUT-HOUSE" GENERAL COUNSEL?
DANIEL J. ALEXANDER II, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
"Providing 'Out-House' General Counsel Services The In-House Way"
Corporate "In-House" counsel is an invaluable resource for a company. They deal with the day-to-day legal issues of running the company and serve as the line of prevention when it comes to making business decisions that may have legal consequences against the company. Businesses that don't have "in-house" counsel deal with these same business/legal issues. As a business owner, you need an experienced business lawyer you can call on to handle these business/legal issues. That is why I developed my "Out-House" General Counsel practice with the goal of providing business clients with critical corporate legal services replicating, as much as possible, the methods, approach, and style of an "in-house" law department.
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Daniel J. Alexander II, A Professional Corporation