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Choosing the appropriate lawyer to represent your technology business is an extremely important decision affecting the success or failure of your business.  The Internet is an effective tool in selecting the lawyer best suited for your business and personality.  Issues that you should consider:

1.                       Understand the Technology Businesses.  Your lawyer should understand the fundamentals of your business and how those core fundamentals interplay with the development and operation of your business.  Without this comprehension, you will have an incomprehensible dialogue that will be operating at cross purposes.

2.                       Ability to Cross-Over: From Technology to Business and From Technology to Law.  Your lawyer needs to understand what you are talking about and what you are looking to accomplish.  Otherwise you may as well be throwing your money away, as you will not obtain the results that you are looking for.

3.                       Driven to Further Your Business.  Your lawyer should not only understand your business, but perceive where best to direct its future.  Although your decision will dictate what is done, it is always important to have an added perspective that reveals new avenues for success or merely sharpens your existing course of action.

4.                       Experience.  Your lawyer should have the requisite experience to provide you with the legal counsel you deserve, having the ability and tools to tackle these unique legal assignments.  Every legal task is distinct, though there may be similarities, yet it is through this experience that your lawyer can adapt and meet the unique challenges confronting your business.

5.                       Cost-Effective.  Your lawyer needs to understand the effects of legal costs on your business, realizing the financial pressures imposed on technology start-ups, while providing sound advice when spending is more important than saving.  Cost-effective doesn’t mean cheap, it means fiscally savvy.

6.                       Accessibility.  Your lawyer needs to be accessible and adaptable to technology, sharing your mode of communication, so that you can effectively interact anywhere in the world.

7.                       High Ethical and Professional Standards.  Your lawyer needs to be committed to upholding and adhering to the highest ethical and professional standards, as this approach to law has a direct impact upon the quality of your legal advice and how it holds up over the long-term.


Christopher R. Neufeld is an attorney admitted to practice in both the State of New York (U.S.A.) and the Province of Ontario (Canada), representing computer / information technology businesses in the United States and Canada.  Court admissions include: Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario), U.S. Court of International Trade, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Claims, U.S. Court of Appeals: Federal Circuit, U.S. District Court: Southern & Eastern Districts of New York and New York State Court.  The law firm is located in the western Greater Toronto Area (GTA), with law offices in Burlington and downtown Toronto, and in immediate proximity to Mississauga, Oakville, Hamilton, Brampton, Milton, Guelph and Kitchener Waterloo.  COPYRIGHT 2008/10.

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