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STORM Global Network CIC 

Legal Services

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There is an old saying, "many hands make light work". 


But if you are an SME, new start-up or even a growing enterprise, it is not generally a very easy task to find support when you need it.


For many small businesses professional legal support is completely unaffordable or simply not available.


The Global Pandemic has exposed the entire world to many of the flaws in our social order. It has caused many businesses small and large to become so overwhelmed that they have been forced to close their doors, permanently.


Fighting back or even just coping with the continuing raft of new occurrences, requirements and restrictions is nerve shattering to say the least.


Many enterprise and business leaders are finding it harder and harder to stay focused, to concentrate on routine business matters during this time, causing even greater stress and disruption to their business activities.


You are not alone. 


STORM Legal Services is designed to provide individual support and assistance to small businesses no matter what the issue. 


Whether you are re-negotiating your premises lease with your landlord or drafting an appeal for filing late returns or simply in need of objective third party guidance on an issue, help and support are at hand.


The service is private, confidential and provided in many cases free of charge or at nominal rates.


Don’t wait until it’s too late, get the support you need.


To find out more about this service or to get immediate assistance, complete the form stating what you need some help with and one of our team will get back to you within 48 hours.  


It could make all the difference...


STORM CIC 

Legal Services Director

Busuyi Obafemi


SERVICES

 The Corporate Services Unit provides critical corporate consultancy services to small businesses that may have difficulties engaging the services of a solicitor. Services can include but are not limited to, as below:

1

Identify

Identifying and solving complex legal issues on specific projects. This will include providing guidance on matters relating to law.

2

Work

Working with clients to formulate approaches to operational compliance issues. This will also involve acting as legal experts to clients on unique legal and compliance issues and other regulatory matters affecting their plans/programs. Advice given will include advice on strategy and design. This may necessitate working with a firm to improve business practices.

3

Review

Review current developments on a client’s matter and prepare a legal analysis which will lead to insights and solutions to a problem. This includes engaging in legal research and analysis of legal issues as they relate to client’s operations. It also includes the monitoring of legal and regulatory developments and analyzing them.

4

Assist

Assist with the design and drafting of legal and corporate documents (including business plans, policies, handbooks and contractual documents). We will ensure that that the best interests of the clients are protected in drafting legal documents. This duty also included drafting and sending letters on behalf of clients to third parties.

5

Provide

Providing legal strategies for litigation and other legal activities. This includes consultation on legal and programme issues to actively manage/minimize/eliminate risks.

6

More...

Other services include civil and social cases and family matters such as wills.

Make the world a better place...

Money isn't everything, but it sure helps to get things done. Just a year or so ago, it would have been hard to believe that a young mother could starve to death in her flat, with her young baby beside her. But this is now a reality with 40% of people living in poverty in places that were once deemed as first world countries. We want to make a difference. We want to make a change. We want a better world and we need your help to do it.


If not you... then who?


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