The lawyer you need,
when you need him
"There are two professionals
every business will need early on:
an accountant and a lawyer." [Entrepreneur]
The reasons are many. Legal advice can be crucial when contracting for services or materials, when setting up a corporation or other business entity, when defending against a liability lawsuit, when considering intellectual property issues such as copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets and patents—the list goes on and on.
Talk and Work with Brian
The first 15 minutes: The first 15 minutes are free!
After that, Brian discounts his normal hourly rate of $500 as follows:
Initial Consultation for New Clients
1 hour: $247
2 hours: $497
3 hours: $747
Flat fee arrangements are available and preferred – fixing your costs
Workshops for Individuals: $297*
Brian offers seminar-type programs so that you can discuss one or more legal area(s) of your choice, in a comprehensive way, in person, by phone or on-screen – for up to 90 minutes.
- Monthly and Longer Options*
Several telephone and/or in-person engagement programs offering differing levels of legal consultation. Choose from these, or create your own!
- Lawyer for a Month
Pre-paid program offering up to a total of four hours (maximum two hours per week). Services can include writing and/or review of business-related contracts... $1447
- Lawyer by the Quarter
Pre-paid three-month engagement program offering up to a total of 12 hours (maximum two hours per week, four hours per month). Services can include writing and/or review of business-related contracts... $1367/month
- The Four-Month Lawyer
Pre-paid four-month engagement program, pre-paid monthly, offering up to a total of 16 hours (maximum three hours per week, four hours per month). Services can include writing and/or review of business-related contracts... $1297/month
- Lawyer for a Month
*No refunds for unused time.
*Legal Engagement Letter may be required
in advance of consulting and/or other work.
433 N. Camden Drive, Suite 600
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4416
This is an advertisement, a message concerning availability for professional employment within the meaning of California Rule of Professional Conduct 7.2. The information on this website is for general purposes only, and nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. The information is not intended to create, and receipt of viewing or interacting with this website does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Brian is admitted to practice law in California and Pennsylvania. The information on this website is intended for viewers in California or viewers with a significant connection to California.