While this website provides general information, it does not constitute legal advice. The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact a lawyer. If you have a legal matter you’d like to discuss, you might be a candidate for a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys over the phone or in person.  At this meeting, you’ll receive our honest assessment of your legal options and have a better idea if we’re a good fit for your legal needs.

Before we go further, it’s important to understand that we can’t help everyone.  Since your time is valuable, we’re only able to meet with you one-on-one if we believe it would help us understand your case. The following chart illustrates when we normally feel a consultation would (or wouldn’t) give us the information we need to decide whether we can represent you effectively:

Typically Productive Typically Unproductive
Securities-related and fundraising matters: these are very complex and the exact facts can be critical. Medical device and personal injury cases: these cases rely heavily on medical records and not testimony.
Fiduciary disputes: a lot of background is often necessary for these cases and consultation helps clarify it. Investment-based cases: we can obtain much of the information we need through our own research.
Contract negotiations: knowing precisely what you want to do and why is key to finding alternatives. Company formation: unless you have a special structure in mind, consultation rarely helps us in these matters.
Intellectual property: the exact boundaries of your IP concerns can be clarified through a consultation. Employer-employee disputes: other than IP rights, employer-employee issues are often resolved “on the law.”

If this sounds like you, please enter the information in the form below and hit submit. We’ll review the information and contact you as soon as possible to let you know if you qualify for a free consultation.  If you qualify, we’ll do some research on your behalf and someone from our office will reach out to set up a time for you to meet with one of our attorneys.