Geography of Our Clients
Why Use Gellis Law Group?
For many clients, it makes strong business sense to use the legal expertise of Gellis Law Group and outsource all legal tasks associated with in-house corporate counsel.
Here are 7 Key Benefits to Choosing Our Firm
“The majority of companies with in-house counsel still outsource most legal tasks to outside firms. We provide a “one stop shop” for all your corporate legal needs, with our group of attorneys available to offer an astute overview of your company’s present and long-term legal strategy.”ONE STOP “SHOPPING”
“Our attorneys possess a much wider range of domestic and international corporate counsel experience than a typical in-house counsel.”EXPERIENCE AND SOPHISTICATION
“Most in-house counsels have limited legal contacts, while Gellis Law Group has access to an extensive network of trusted legal professionals developed over the years as counsel to large companies, both domestic and overseas, with years of joint collaboration.”ACCESS TO A TRUSTED LEGAL NETWORK
“Outsourcing legal tasks to our attorneys means you will always have a trusted outside partner with a thorough understanding of your legal needs and budgets to help develop your company’s risk-management strategy.”COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGIC PLANNING
“While saving money is not the main reason for outsourcing legal assignments, most of Gellis Law Group’s clients do report a substantially improved bottom line with ease of access to additional sources of legal expertise and an overall higher quality of work.”FINANCIAL
“Most in-house attorneys don’t have substantive international experience. Gellis Law Group offers years of multi-faceted experience in cross-border transactions, import, export, international restructuring and intellectual property that can pave the way for global expansion of your company’s operations.”INTERNATIONAL EXPERTISE
“Outside counsel enjoys a greater level of attorney-client privilege than in-house counsel, a benefit appreciated by our clients, whose management and board members rely on us to establish risk hedging strategies, corporate policies and strategy in relationships with third parties.”ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE