said, 'I don't
want a lawyer
to tell me
what I cannot do;
I hire him
to tell me what
I can do.'
"That's my job
exactlyto clear the
way for business."
Jonathan W. Romeyn
©2004 Jonathan W. Romeyn
Questions You May Be Asking Yourself:
Does my attorney bring broad experience and practical advice to my business?
Does my attorney take time to understand the nature of my business?
Is my attorney creative and responsive? Or pedestrian and dogmatic?
Does my attorney understand that legal fees must be related to value received?
How do I know if Im using the best organizational form for my business?
How can I find out if the tangible assets of my business are properly protected?
Am I effectively using the intangible assets of my business?
How do I prevent others from improperly using those intangible assets?
Questions We Have for You:
Has your attorney ever asked you for a performance appraisal?
Will your attorney meet with you at your place of business?
Do you promote your goods or services with effective warranties?
Have you ever signed a contract and then had regrets?
Have you ever been intimidated by a demand letter from an attorney?
Is competition free and fair in your industry?
Is your distribution system ideal for your business?
Are you satisfied with your supplier arrangements?
To follow up on these and other issues, contact Jonathan W. Romeyn, using the Inquiry Form.