OUTSIDE GENERAL COUNSEL
Join the big leagues and hire a General Counsel for your company or organization. Whether you want to impress your friends or strike fear in your enemies, you can hire me on an as-needed or continual basis to act as your outside general counsel.
I can even send letters on your letterhead, have an e-mail address with your company, and a phone extension. No one has to know that you are not paying hundreds of thousands of dollars per year for a General Counsel.
Call for a free consultation on the variable pricing for this service. Service can include the following:
- Advising on hiring and firing issues
- Noncompete issues and agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Other employment issues
- Employment contracts, commissions agreements, executive comp
- Reasonable accommodation and leave issues
- Advise on leases
- Advise on liability issues and litigation avoidance
- Deal with insurers
- In some situations, defend your company and get paid by your insurer
- Referrals to insurance reps and professional
- Revise/draft/revise contracts and license agreements
- Letters to employees
- Letters to customers and competitors
- Deal with state agencies (Attorney General/MCAD/etc.)
- Manage subpoenas served on you.
- Litigation, arbitration, mediation
- Asset purchases and sales
- Minority Shareholder/Member disputes and issues
- Shareholder Agreements
- LLC Operating Agreements
CONNECT WITH ADAM
ADAM’S RECENT POSTS
MAKE THE BEST OF THIS DIFFICULT TIME WHEN YOUR BUSINESS IS CLOSED OR SLOWED
If your business is either closed or running a smaller operation, now may be the time to step back, do some planning, and get your “house” in order. It’s a good time to evaluate your focus and your customer base. Do 80% of your revenues come from 20% of your...
BREAKING DOWN THE NLRB’S NEW JOINT-EMPLOYER RULE
GUEST POST BY BRANDON SLOANE On February 26, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a final rule clarifying the standard for determining joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The NLRB’s ruling is significant for any...
SEE NO EVIL: CAN YOUR BUSINESS BE HELD LIABLE WHEN YOUR EMPLOYEES ENGAGE IN OR SIMPLY OVERLOOK SEX TRAFFICKING THAT OCCURS ON COMPANY PROPERTY?
GUEST POST BY BRANDON SLOANE A District of Massachusetts court decision from November of last year has helped to clarify the liability that employers can face for illegal sex trafficking that occurs on company property. Ricchio v. Bijal, inc. (Civil Action No....
BUSINESS OWNERS AND PARTNERS SHOULD BE PARANOID
Fox Moulder’s motto was “Trust No One.” Lawyers can understand this paranoia. Divorce lawyers know spouses cheat. Criminal lawyers know clients steal (and worse). You should know that your business partners and key employees that you trust the most can betray you....
NO GOOD AT GOODBYES: WHY EMPLOYMENT ATTORNEYS ARE IMPORTANT TO USE FOR CREATING SEVERANCE AGREEMENTS
GUEST POST BY BRANDON SLOANE Severance agreements, which are contracts between an employer and an employee that contain certain rules and guidelines for when an employee is terminated, may be regarded as somewhat of an afterthought by employers. An employer might...
GET IN TOUCH
Law Office of Adam P. Whitney265 Franklin Street, Suite 1702
Boston, MA 02110
ABOUT THE FIRM
Business Litigation and Employment Law
Outside General Counsel
Shareholder / LLC / Partnership Disputes
No attorney-client relationship is established by your use of this site. You must not send or share any confidential information about you or any legal issue without Attorney Whitney's express written permission. The content of this website may be considered advertising for legal services under the laws and rules of professional conduct. The content does not constitute legal advice. The content is for information purposes only. Legal advice cannot be provided unless you hire my firm and we perform a full review of the legal matter and the most current, applicable law. The law in your state may be different than Massachusetts, so the information in the content may be completely irrelevant if you are outside of Massachusetts.