General Counsel

Passionate and Enthusiastic Miami General Counsel

Just because your company cannot afford in-house counsel does not mean you don’t still need legal counsel for your company. The legal and regulatory complexities of owning and operating a business can be maddening, and you need assistance from knowledgeable and dedicated legal professionals, like those at Phillips & Muir, who can guide you, and defend you when necessary, in a clear and honest manner.

We will passionately advocate on your behalf, and we will always conduct a thorough cost-benefit analysis before taking action to ensure that whatever we do is in your company’s best interests, even if your best option is NOT taking action.

Our firm also has a great deal of experience dealing with the legal intricacies and nuances of running a technology-based business, and can help you with all your legal needs on an as-needed basis.

We provide a wealth of general counsel services for businesses of all sizes, including but not limited to:

  • Creation of corporate entities 
  • Corporate governance structure
  • Drafting and amendment of bylaws and other policy guidance
  • Numerous contracts and agreements 
  • Litigation (civil and criminal)
  • Forensic analysis of financial records
  • Review and analysis of administrative responsibilities of staff
  • Audit and review of financial reporting procedures, budgets and statements
  • Compensation study and analysis of comparable entities for executives
  • Provide education, training, and sample materials to for best practices for management and governance
  • Assistance with fundraising initiatives and investment agreements
  • Technology review and long-range planning for implementing advanced technology for record-keeping, reporting, and public relations
  • Advising on best practices for governance and operation of for-profit and charitable organizations
  • Supervising audits, creating budgets, assessing financial status, reviewing executive compensation, incentives, and responsibilities
  • Winding up and dissolution of business entities