A small business will retain an accountant, a banker, an insurer, a janitor and maybe an HR consultant or web marketer, yet it seeks out a attorney only when there’s trouble. As the saying goes: that’s closing the barn door after the horse has fled.
Just as you see a doctor before you’re sick to avoid getting sick, it’s worth having an attorney on-call if you should need an extra set of (trained) eyes on your contracts, your intellectual property and other day-to-day business decisions.
Yet, we’re stuck with this conundrum: your business can’t afford a lawyer and can’t afford not to have a lawyer.
Find out how GCO addresses this conundrum — view Robert Kost’s live interview on LinkedIn, hosted by Josué Batista.