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Legal Strategy Session Terms & Conditions


We appreciate your interest in retaining Anasa Law Firm (“the Firm”) to advise you in a Legal Strategy Session (LSS). You will be engaging directly with me, Liku T. Amadi, Esq. ("Attorney") for this LSS.​ These LSS Terms and Conditions ("Agreement") outline the scope of our representation and the Firm's policies.

Scope of Engagement. You are engaging the Firm for a 90-minute virtual Legal Strategy Session which consists of (1) assessing your intellectual property business assets, business goals, and legal protection plan; (2) strategizing how to leverage your intellectual property for potential revenue streams based on your goals; and (3) creating a protection plan to assist you in executing your goals while leveraging your assets. You will also (4) receive the recording of the Session as well as (5) a written memo outlining the "legal blueprint" of the goals and strategies discussed within 7 calendar days of your scheduled LSS. This Session does not include document review unless requested by the Attorney.

Legal Fees. The total legal fees for this service is $1,750.00. These fees are nonrefundable after 14 calendar days from payment. These fees are fixed and constitute payment for the time reserved to perform the services under the Scope of Representation and do not depend on the amount of work performed. These fees are not negotiated and are not set by law. You have the right to (1) require that the flat fee be deposited into a client trust account until the fees are earned; and (2) a refund of any amount of the fees that have not been earned in the event the representation is terminated or the services for which the flat fee has been paid are not completed. Having been informed of these rights, you agree to the flat fee being deposited into the Firm's operating account.

1. Your Duties as a Client. The duties required of you as a client include, but are not limited to, being truthful in all communications; providing all factual and documentary information as requested by the Attorney; and abiding by the terms of this Agreement.

2. Communication. If you need to communicate with the Attorney or the Firm before the LSS, please email You can expect a response to your email no later than 48 hours, not including weekends, office closures and federal holidays. We do not accept unscheduled phone calls, text messages, social media or other forms of communication other than email.

3. Rescheduling. One complimentary reschedule is permitted so long as the Client provides at least 24 hours notice of the need to reschedule and the rescheduled date is within 30 days of the original date.

4. Attorney-Client Privilege & Confidentiality. Our communications for this engagement, including emails, notes, video conversations and drafts are protected by attorney-client privilege. This means you agree to keep these communications between the Client and the Firm only and you understand these contents cannot be shared with any other person. As a matter of professional responsibility, we are required to preserve the confidences and secrets of all of our clients. Please keep us aware of all information, even if negative or adverse, that might be relevant to our legal representation of you. Failure to fully disclose all relevant information, both favorable and unfavorable, may be grounds for termination of representation.

5. Term. We will have no obligation to provide legal services until you complete your booking. Our representation will end once we send your session recording and memo.

6. Disclaimer of Guarantees and Estimates. While we agree to use our best efforts in this engagement, nothing in this Agreement and nothing in the Attorney’s statements shall be construed as a promise or guarantee about the outcome of the Session or matters related to the Session. We make no such implied or expressed promises or guarantees.

7. Dispute Resolution. If there is any dispute arising out of or related to a claimed breach of this Agreement or any other disagreement related to this engagement, such dispute shall be resolved by binding arbitration in Alameda County by a single arbitrator before the State Bar of California. Each side shall bear its own costs and attorneys’ fees. Prior to arbitration, the Client agrees to make a good faith effort to resolve the dispute without third-party intervention for 60 calendar days after both Parties have been provided notice of the dispute. In order to be considered a "good faith effort,” the Client must give the Firm written notice of any dispute within 5 calendar days of becoming aware of any dispute.

Additional Terms: 

Insurance. Anasa Law Firm PC carries malpractice insurance.​ 

Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of California.​ 

Modification. This Agreement may be modified or amended only by a writing signed by both Parties.​ 

Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is held, in whole or in part, to be unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of the Agreement will remain in full force and effect.

Entire Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire agreement between the Parties. No other agreement, promise, statement, whether oral or written, made on or before booking will be binding on the parties.

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