The Firm handles a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters. The Firm has extensive experience representing companies and individuals in contract disputes as well as business torts such as fraud, negligent misrepresentation, tortious interference with contractual and/or business relations and unfair trade and business practices.
Having been an executive at a Fortune 1000 company, Jeremy is well aware of the struggle of marrying business objectives with the law, and he brings this empathy to his role as outside general counsel for his business clients. For companies who cannot justify the cost of hiring their own in-house lawyer, the Firm provides outside general counsel services for those instances where a business requires legal counsel on issues including contract issues (with clients or vendors), employment matters, company policies, mergers and acquisitions, and other matters where the law and the client's business and business objectives intersect.
The Firm works with start-ups to get them formed as legal entities and also provides corporate governance services and counseling, including drafting bylaws (or operating agreements for limited liability companies), advising on fiduciary duties of officers and directors, and providing counsel on liability issues and litigation avoidance.
Jeremy is a litigator and a corporate transactional lawyer, so he understands that a lot of commercial litigation arises out of poorly-drafted, unclear contracts. Accordingly, and for the purpose of helping clients avoid litigation, the Firm drafts, reviews and/or negotiates contracts for its clients in a wide range of areas, including, but not limited to, employment agreements, non-competes, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, licensing agreements and master service agreements.
The Firm represents commercial landlords and tenants to help them resolve their disputes and, when necessary, litigate the disputes. The Firm also prepares and negotiates commercial real estate leases.
The Firm offers various services for a fixed fee, meaning the Firm will not charge an hourly rate for those services, but will notify the client - and the Firm and client will agree up front - what the flat fee will be. Some of the Firm's fixed fee services include:
The Firm also provides alternative fee arrangements for its litigation services, where the client can better plan for and budget its litigation costs.