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A strategic, in-house attorney for YOUR business. On YOUR terms. Flat fee. Month-to-month. No surprises. Free your business from high hourly bills, too many redlines, and unwanted risk.See if we're a good fit
At Nimbus Legal, we’re problem solvers. We work quickly, efficiently, and practically to provide proactive guidance for your business and reduce legal risk and exposure in your company.
Nimbus Legal Services Include
Killing the billable hour
A part-time in-house GC solution
Meet with key advisors on a monthly basis
Utilizing legal technology
Update, streamline and simplify your contracts
What Our Clients Are Saying
Nimbus Legal has become an indispensable partner across the Parchment organization. From quick assists to deep dives, Beth is always ready to collaboratively work towards a solution. Thanks to Nimbus Legal and Beth’s reliable counsel, day-to-day business operations are just a little bit easier.
Beth’s extensive knowledge of our industry and business and helps us keep ahead of the ever-changing SaaS industry. Extremely efficient, business-oriented, and personable, Beth doesn’t fall back on legal jargon. Responsive to business requests, she’s a valued strategic partner to Sales, Marketing, Finance and our customers—and played a significant role in our successful $55 million funding round. Her proactive counsel has proven invaluable and we cannot recommend Nimbus Legal enough.
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