A Typical DailyGC™ Day



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At the time when you hire us, you will select the date of your DailyGC™ Day and specify the place where we will meet with you.  You also will be asked to complete a Priority Issues Identifier Form™, identifying the issues, problems and questions that you intend to raise with us and who, if anyone, is opposing you on them.

On your DailyGC™ Day, we will arrive at your office by 8:30 a.m. Before arriving, we will have reviewed your Priority Issues Identifier Form™ and will have a general understanding of what you want to accomplish.  The day will begin with a review of those Priority Issues, in order to understand more clearly the urgency of the items you have identified. Through this process, we will together prioritize the matters that you wish to cover.

A typical DailyGC DayWe will first address your most important issue or problem, gathering and reviewing the documents and other information that is needed to understand and analyze it. We will discuss the alternative ways for handling the item and select a course of action. Once we reach an end point to the first item, we will move on to the next priority issue. At least every three hours, we will review your priorities and the pace at which we are addressing them, so that you can control how our time is spent. You will always have the opportunity to re-prioritize the issues or decide to spend more time on one item at the expense of not reaching others. This continues until all issues have been covered or 5:00 p.m., whichever comes first, at which point your day of General Counsel Services ends.

Within one week after our visit, you will receive a Confidential Summary Report, describing briefly the issues that were discussed, the advice provided, and any remaining actions that need to be taken.

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At DailyGC, we provide legal advice and counsel on the full range of legal problems and legal-related business issues that small businesses and startups routinely face in their management, sales, operations and administration. The following are examples of these kinds of problems. You may use these descriptions on your Priority Issues Identifier Form� or you may write your own descriptions.
Business Contracts and Relations:
� Customer Contracts and Disputes
� Vendor Contracts and Disputes
� Collections
� Bank/Lender Relations and Issues
� Landlord/Tenant Relations and Issues
� Bonding/Insurance
� Nondisclosure and Confidentiality Agreements
� Procurement and Management of Outside Counsel
� Recruiting/Hiring Practices
� Employment Agreements
� Employee Compensation and Benefits
� Employee Manuals, Policies and Procedures
� Compliance with Government-Required Benefits Programs
� Payroll Compliance with Court Orders
� Discrimination and Harassment Claims
� Management and Discipline of Problem Employees
� Terminations
� Unemployment Insurance Claims
� COBRA Procedures
� Hiring Independent Contractors
Dispute Resolution:
� Case Analysis and Assessment
� Mediation/Arbitration
� Strategies for Litigation, Discovery and Negotiation
� Settlement Analysis
General Corporate:
� Entity formation
� Corporate Governance and Record-Keeping
� Shareholder Relations
� Compliance with Governmental Regulations
� Compliance with Corporate Contractual Obligations
� Contract Review, Analysis and Negotiation Coaching