Concierge general counsel 

Small to medium companies need legal assistance, but do not need an in-house General Counsel. These companies need a one stop shop to be able to field their legal questions and needs.  They need answers fast with low-cost.  A concierge general counsel is an excellent fit.   With this model, companies can have a legal go-to to get their questions answers and needs met without scrambling to find a different person for each issue.  If Chambers Legal can't handle the matter, it will find you someone who can. Either way, your needs will be met in a quick amount of time. 

Some of the matters that may be addressed include:

  • Contract drafting, review, revision and negotiation matters, including technology agreements, vendor contracts, customer contracts, leases, rental agreements, reseller agreements, employment agreements, purchase agreements, releases and waivers and others.
  • Employment and labor counseling and advice
  • Assistance with managing intellectual property
  • Strategic alliances
  • Risk analysis and mitigation strategies
  • Advice regarding corporate and business law matters
  • Dispute resolution, litigation management and assistance 
  • Corporate regulatory compliance, including responding to governmental agency requests
  • Overall, day-to-day counseling and advice

Employment Counsel

  • Proactive employment law advice
  • Litigation and class action support and management
  • Business immigration visa assistance
  • Position Statements to state and federal agencies
  • Mediations and arbitrations
  • Negotiating, drafting, and reviewing contracts
  • Employment agreements and non-competes
  • Severance plans and agreements
  • Confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements
  • Non-competition agreements
  • Training
  • Employee handbook and policy review
  • Demand letter responses
  • Employee and former employee "cease and desist" communications
  • FLSA compliance 
  • State and Federal law compliance and oversight
  • Working with business partners for best practices