There are many benefits associated with hiring full-time in-house general counsel to oversee your company’s legal needs.

At Blilie Law we understand that not every business can afford in-house general counsel to oversee the ongoing legal needs of a company. However, this position often comes at a high cost that may be overwhelming for emerging corporations and startups. We provide a cost-effective alternative for this predicament through our Outside General Counsel services. Blilie Law clients receive the benefits of an experienced general counsel working as a member of their team, but only for the time needed. We strive to understand your business on a granular level so that we can provide you with tailored legal services. 

If you have ongoing legal needs and would like to learn more about the Outside General Counsel arrangement, please contact us for an initial consultation. 

Blilie Law handles a variety of corporate law matters for our clients. 

At Blilie Law, we focus on the corporate legal needs of startups, emerging corporations, and early-stage businesses. We understand the unique challenges that founders face during the initial phase of the business life cycle. We regularly assist our clients with selecting the appropriate business entity for their business model, forming and organizing the company structure, documenting corporate actions and transactions, as well as corporate governance matters.

We understand what investors look for in early stage companies and we work closely with our clients to keep them organized and deal ready. From the onset of representation, we begin preparing our clients for success and growth.

Early stage capital is crucial to the success of a start-up and at Blilie Law we understand the unique challenges founders face during the fundraising process.

The capital needs of every company are different. At Blilie Law, we can help you develop a financing plan that best allows you to smartly turn your visions into reality.
 
From pre-seed rounds of financing all the way through leveraged buyouts, we will help you understand the nuances of each potential source of funding and assist you in avoiding the legal pitfalls that accompany them – even the ever appealing “friends and family” financing requires careful attention. Whether through convertible notes, simple agreements for future equity (SAFEs), convertible preferred stock or common stock, we will guide you in selecting the proper financing instrument and identifying the important deal points for investor negotiations.
 
In addition to the various types of financing instruments, it’s also imperative to understand the considerations for different investors such as angels, angel syndicates, venture capitalists, and private equity firms. We will prepare you for your investor meetings and work with you to perfect your pitch so that you can confidently negotiate with sophisticated investors.

We provide services that allow technology companies to protect your intellectual and technology properties during all phases of development.

Today's technology companies are faced with unique legal hurdles that simply do not exist for many other industries. The speed in which emerging technologies are developing outpaced the law long ago and legislative bodies have been unable to keep up. As a consequence, technology companies are often faced with difficult legal questions with little or no guidance from common sources of precedence. The attorneys at Blilie Law understand this unique posture and closely follow the legal developments in the technology industry so that we can provide guidance to our clients in real time.

If you are not involved in a traditional technology company, you may have heard the saying that all companies are now tech companies. This saying stems from the fact that even the most archaic of industries are now embracing the benefits of software and mobile applications. The development of which can be extremely expensive and may feel overwhelming to the non-tech savvy business owner. At Blilie Law we have drafted, negotiated, and closed technology deals from both the perspective of the tech provider and the customer and we are ready to assist you through the process. 

At Blilie Law, we work with our clients to anticipate and prevent potential disputes, however, some are simply unavoidable.

Commercial disputes, unfortunately, are a common byproduct of doing business and as your venture grows so does your legal exposure. At Blilie Law, we work with our clients to anticipate and prevent potential disputes, however, some are simply unavoidable. We frequently help our clients avoid costly litigation by becoming involved when disputes arise and the situation is still salvageable. We are also experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration. If litigation is necessary, we provide our clients with efficient, cost-effective representation.