WE MAKE TECHNOLOGY LAW SIMPLE
Who do we serve?
Experienced Corporate Counsel as an Added Resource
Experienced corporate technology counsels delivering business focused legal advice to global enterprises under fee arrangements that meet our customers’ needs. Teqlaa counsels can fit into your existing internal structures as add-on resources that help you predict and tightly manage your ever-increasing legal spend.
On Demand Counsel for Your Rapidly Scaling Startup
With experienced hands-on experts in technology contracts, intellectual property, financing, compliance, privacy and security, and startup law, Teqlaa can help you both meet your milestones and please your high profile customers as you launch, pivot, and grow your company.
High Caliber Counsel for Companies with Enterprise Customers
We strive to increase the efficiency of your legal team by effectively stepping in as outside counsels supporting your transactions with enterprise and mid-market companies that leave you with much needed face time with the internal stakeholders of your organization.
US Counsel for New or Existing International Business
With experienced counsel to smooth your entry to or support your presence in the US, Teqlaa provides the ideal Springboard for your growth stage or the established international company. Teqlaa Springboard provides legal counsel on structuring entities and financing them while connecting you with a proven network of domain experts in other areas on terms suited to your fast growing international company.
- Legal services should not only take into consideration the legal risks, but also the intrinsic rewards;
- Legal advice should be a value add in the context of the long-term success of a venture;
- Legal services should be delivered with efficiency and full transparency of costs;
- Most legal tasks and solutions can be delivered digitally and remotely;
- Certain legal concepts and practices can be understood through self-education;
- Technology law should be simple and understandable to most engineers and business persons;
- Well-trained technology lawyers should be accessible from any part of the world; and
- Technology legal services should be as ubiquitous as the technology itself.