New York, NY (PRWEB) July 09, 2012
The Law Offices of Craig Delsack, LLC has announced the launch of a fixed fee legal start-up package for entrepreneurs and tech startups to help with their new companies. The suite of services includes preparation of legal documents to get a start-up going, from incorporation documents to protection of intellectual property (including non-disclosure agreements and employment and consultant agreements) and includes 3 hours of legal advice in addition to the document preparation for the client’s use in areas of its choice (which could include venture capital term sheets, employment and trademark matters, and other intellectual property matters). Details of the comprehensive package can be found at the firm’s special mini-site http://www.FixedFeeLegalForStartups.com.
“As a mentor to startups, we work with seed- and early-stage companies and startups, helping them refine business, financing and technology strategies to help enable rapid growth,” said Craig Delsack, principal of the law firm http://www.NYCCounsel.com. “As an entrepreneur, I understand the limited resources a startup has. The worst thing a startup can do in its nascent stage is to try to save money by downloading forms from the Internet and trying to tweak the contracts themselves. Something invariably goes wrong. But white-shoe firms charge their startup clients tens of thousands of dollars for the same work (and then have the work done by inexperienced lawyers right out of law school). It just doesn’t make sense.”
“This is not a new paradigm,” said Delsack, “clients of all sizes, including my publicly traded clients, are asking for an alternative to the ‘billable hour’ and this startup package gets the cash-strapped new corporation up and running (and ready for its first round of financing). We look at this as just the beginning of a long-term relationship with our clients. Serve a client well early on and as their business needs grow, we can help them all along the way.”
“New tech companies want to work with lawyers that understand technology and approach deals with business realism,” continued Delsack. Craig was a technology and management consultant at three of the world’s largest accounting and management consulting firms before going in-house at Viacom Inc. to work on its technology planning strategies. After Viacom, Craig went to law school and graduated in the top of his law class and practiced at the white-shoe firms of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (in the its (then) 17-lawyer corporate/technology/internet group); and Greenberg Traurig, LLP (in its technology, television and media practice) prior to starting the firm in 2004 in midtown Manhattan, New York. For more information about the Law Offices of Craig Delsack, LLC, please visit http://www.NYCCounsel.com.
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