Act as Outside General Counsel for your entity for a Flat Monthly Fee or Provide Legal Audit or Compliance Review for a Flat Fee
Burton Law LLC Beavercreek, Ohio, United States
About Chad Burton
When things 'go as planned,' it gets boring. That is why Chad enjoys working with entrepreneurs and their team to guide their business when it takes unexpected twists and turns, and may encounter a few or more bumps. Even when everything seems normal, planning ahead is important.
Chad works with startups to established companies as outside general counsel. His love and knowledge of tech creates a good fit with clients in the technology arena.
Before founding Burton Law, Chad worked in the BigLaw world primarily involved in complex business litigation. While he still gets fired up for a good business dispute, Chad has taken those skills to help clients grow their business and to try and avoid costly court actions.
Chad was part of the 2014 Fastcase 50 class of global legal innovators. The firm also received the 2012 ALM award for Most Innovative Use of Technology for Firms
|Practice Areas||Business and Corporate and Litigation|
|Fee Types||Flat Fees, Hourly Fees, Other, Pro Bono|
Burton Law LLC70 Birch Alley
Burton Services Offered by Chad
Assist Entrepreneurs with the formation of a new business entity.
Consultation to discuss insolvency and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy issues.
Guides Authored by Chad
Starting a Startup in Ohio? You’ve come to the right place. It’s no surprise that Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus are becoming quite a hotbed of new startups.
When starting a new business, creating a product, or building software, there are three essential documents you need to move forward responsibly.
Before you jump headfirst into business marriage, take a moment, breathe, and think through some of the ‘what if’ scenarios you might encounter.
Planning for, or at least thinking through the potential split of a partner(s) is a critical responsibly that all founders must account for.
The Terms of Service, or Terms and Conditions is a legal tool used by digital entrepreneurs to explain and caveat the services and security they will be delivering to their clients.
What does an LLC really cover, and should you be using a service agreement, contract or other protection document as you engage clients, partners or employees?