Outsource Your In-house Counsel

Virtual Lawyer is an interesting term – basically it’s having your own In-House Counsel on a part time basis. The majority of major corporations have full time in-house counsel function yet the small to medium sized enterprise doesn’t have the same latitude to fund such a resource on a full time basis. However, having a hands-on senior lawyer operating as part of your management team can provide value in a way that a transactional lawyer simply cannot. At Teddington, we believe that good legal counsel received at the formation of strategy and appropriate documentation of contracts and deals protects the business from making incorrect assumptions or mistakes.

Teddington Legal provides in-house legal support in the form of a “Virtual Lawyer” on a part-time or as-needs basis to deliver strategic support and to provide legal underpinning of business decision-making. You don’t have to be a large corporation to have in-house counsel as part of your management team. The Virtual Lawyer service provides the support and convenience of your own in-house legal counsel without the associated costs of a full time employee or major law firm bills. The key reason an In-House Counsels is so effective is that they understand the business, it’s culture, products, personal and more importantly strategic operational goals. Expecting an external transactional lawyer to have this level of intimacy when asking them to document or put protections around certain deals is not always successful.

Our Virtual Lawyers will assist with everything from drafting and negotiating contracts, form agreements and policies to providing advice and services regarding your strategic planning, corporate governance, dispute resolution and legal compliance issues. You choose how involved we become in your business, it’s all about flexibility and having legal counsel working for you when you need it. We can work from your office or ours – it’s your call.With intimate knowledge of your business, your Virtual Lawyer is the perfect addition to your team.

OUTSOURCE YOUR IN-HOUSE COUNSEL – BE PART OF THE TEAM, NOT PART OF THE OVERHEADS!