STRATEGIC LEGAL ADVICE FOR CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURS, SMALL BUSINESSES, AND NONPROFITS.
How can we help you succeed?
Starting something new? We can help you set it up. From partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations, to nonprofits, we can walk you through the process and help get you to your launch.
It can be a challenge to navigate and comply with all of the legal requirements for tax-exempt organizations. From corporate governance to lobbying, fundraising, organizational policies and procedures, reporting, grantmaking, and beyond, we can help take the worry out of compliance, so your nonprofit can focus on fulfilling its mission.
You’ve got your business up and running, but there are ongoing corporate governance issues to deal with. Need help with your corporate meeting minutes and resolutions, updating bylaws, or amending your operating agreement?
We can provide it.
Vendor contracts, independent contractor agreements, non-disclosure agreements, licensing agreements, partnership agreements – these are just a few common examples of contracts that you may need to operate and protect your organization or business. We can help draft, review, and negotiate on your behalf and make sure you understand what you’re signing.
You’re working on exciting things and we want to help. Planning an event? We can review venue and vendor contracts, assess insurance needs, manage risk, and even help keep it sustainable. Conducting a social media contest? We can draft the official rules and help navigate the laws that regulate sweepstakes, contests, and lotteries. Producing a video? We can help ensure that your content is properly licensed and cleared.
Outside General Counsel
Your organization or company is growing and has more consistent legal needs. For a flat monthly fee, we can serve as your go-to outside general counsel and provide you with guidance to meet your day-to-day legal needs.
We understand that nonprofits and small businesses operate on a tight budget. Hourly legal fees can add up to an unexpectedly large legal bill, which can be problematic for budgeting and your bottom line. That’s why we offer reasonable hourly rates, flat-rate quotes, and payment plans for our services. Contact us to receive a quote today.
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Tammy Hui, founder and principal of Tammy Hui Law + Strategy, PLLC, is an experienced attorney and business advisor. Prior to starting her own practice, Tammy served as in-house counsel to a preeminent environmental nonprofit for eight years. Being embedded in the day-to-day operations of a dynamic global nonprofit provided deep insight into the challenges and opportunities faced by organizations looking to solve tough societal and global issues. She also has experience working at a growing technology company and her family’s multiple small businesses. Tammy serves to help her clients start up and build their nonprofits and small businesses, and ultimately to reach their most lofty goals.
Tammy received her JD/MBA from Western New England University and earned a Bachelor of Commerce, with a concentration in international business, from the University of Alberta. She is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Virginia, and State of New York.