A client becomes a partner as we work together. I listen to my client and we find solutions. We establish the best course of action. Based on our discussion, I prepare a scope of engagement for client approval. The scope sets out the services expected to be provided and usually the fixed fee to be charged. When the client accepts the proposal, my client is engaged in the effort and informed as the challenges are met and goals achieved.
You take your business seriously, but really it’s your passion that drives its success. My firm operates in much the same way. I’m serious about helping you succeed, but not to the extent that I’m a legal robot. I prefer to make our relationship an enjoyable one.
Over the years, I’ve helped many clients form, grow, buy, and sell businesses. But no matter how successful their companies have become, I’ve never forgotten the people who built them.
Each company is as unique as its founder, and I believe it’s important to keep that fact in mind whenever I approach a new case. After all, some standardized business plan can’t account for the ins and outs of your unique business. That’s why when I sit down to address your legal concerns, I look at the entire picture — you, your goals, your employees, your vision. Every aspect matters.
Ideally, disability won’t affect your business. But you need protection in case it does. A great place to start — updating your contracts.
Partners dispute, employees retaliate, contractors fall through. Don’t wait until these inevitabilities strike; take preemptive action now.
Protect yourself and your business from the consequences of unexpected departures. Let’s make a plan together.
Laird walked us through the procedure over a period of time and obtained a compensation package to repair the problem with my pool. This has brought about a great friendship with Laird.
Count on Laird to tell you the way it is... He never quits, keeps it all in perspective and has a sense of humor to get us through the pressure.
Laird... took a seemingly impossible situation and was able to turn it around... Not only was I held harmless in the original suit, I recovered damages from my insurance company for neglecting to cover me.