Serving Pennsylvania Businesses and Nonprofits
Solve Your Problems With Practical Advice & Tailored Solutions
Located in Warren, Pennsylvania, Concerto Law is legal counsel and strategic business advisor to businesses, freelancers, and nonprofit organizations.
Hiring an attorney doesn’t have to be dreaded or painful. Here at Concerto Law, you will find a friendly, reliable, and unintimidating woman who just happens to have substantial knowledge in law and business.
Smart businesses and nonprofits want tailored legal counsel, strategic business advice, and competitive but practical solutions. I am the one you call when you don’t know what to do or when you just need to talk about what’s going on in your business.
On Demand General Counsel Services
When You Want An Attorney-On-Demand Instead of An Internet Search Engine
Due to the long-term relationships I establish with my clients, they are comfortable relying on Concerto Law for their on-call legal needs. Most small businesses, freelancers, and nonprofit organizations do not need to employ an attorney. Rather, they simply need to have one available who understands your business, goals, strategies, and risk tolerance. Concerto Law fills this niche.
Enjoy the security of on demand legal counsel while minding your legal costs. You don’t have to guess (and wait in fear) about the cost of expert legal counsel and learn about our pricing here.
Find clarity amid the clutter of information overload. Concerto Law offers legal solutions that break through the noise distracting you from running a successful, thriving business or nonprofit.
Brand Protection and Brand Management
Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset
Customers support businesses and causes because they trust the brand.
Every day you work hard to build your business, customer loyalty, and brand recognition. People choose you over the competition because of those important, but sometimes difficult to define, traits that make up your brand. Protect your brand. Protect your creative work.
I advise businesses, freelancers, and nonprofits how to identify and protect their intellectual property.