Many SMEs, especially newly established ones, have a tax advisor but no legal counsel.
Does this mean that those kinds of companies do not need a corporate lawyer?
The answer is “yes, they do need one.”
Knowledge of the law is always essential in running a business.
For example, when a business operator establishes a company and conducts business as a company, knowledge of the Companies Act is necessary.
Knowledge of laws such as the Civil Code is also necessary when entering into contracts with business partners or hiring people in the process of conducting business.
By supplementing your legal literacy, your company will be stronger and able to continue.
Preparation, review, and screening of contracts to protect your company
At our firm, we have attorneys on staff who are available to consult with clients who have concluded an advisory contract on how to draft a contract within a defined scope.
In particular, for clients who have just started their business, since the basic contracts that they sign with their clients are sometimes very important contracts that will determine the future of their business, we ask them to carefully consult with us.
Consultation on legal matters (civil law, corporate law, labor law, etc.)
We provide consultations on legal matters faced by corporate clients, such as debt collection, real estate surrender, labor issues, and management of corporate organizations.
By consulting with our clients before the situation worsens, we are sometimes able to provide better solutions to these problems.
For our clients who have concluded an advisory contract with us, we are always available for consultation on these issues within a defined scope.