We know small business owners are flat out and often leave legal admin to the 'tomorrow' list. We share some hot tips on how to get the legal matters for your small business in order as part of your New Year tidy up. Read our article here.
The inception of llgold didn’t just happen in a vacuum. It was only after I jumped the fence from private practice to in-house that I realised that there was a better way for external lawyers to deliver service to businesses. The way we practice at llgold is founded upon these learnings. This means that we are well placed to work with in-house counsel, because, well – we get it. You want us to be responsive, commercial and excellent value for your legal spend. And we are. We
There’s no doubt that having a lawyer on staff is ideal. In-house lawyers give businesses fantastic value by understanding their company’s culture, plans, products and dreams. Everything they do as part of their work is coloured by what their company is trying to achieve. An excellent in-house counsel will work to use the law to take your business up and onward on its path to success. The thing is, many small businesses (especially start-ups) don’t have room in the budget for
Real Estate Agents - you want to put all of your energy into your business – focus on sales, retaining and growing your property management portfolios and building your revenue. The last thing you want to do is head to a lawyer’s office where you expect they will charge you like a wounded bull, but still won’t understand you or your business. I get it. If that’s the case, maybe you just haven’t found the best lawyer for you yet. If you need some help, check out my article for