Internet Business Consulting

Branding: Image, recognition & identity


At OCCO, we specialize in providing existing brand names with revamped tactical platforms to revitalize your brand campaign, increasing its exclusivity and recognition. What we do:

  • Creating uniqueness, standing out of the box by developing a powerful brand story
  • Creating taglines, brand positioning strategies and brand name
  • Harnessing and implementing your brand’s image to create a new stream of customers

The question of whether you need to advise with an attorney before launching your business among the countless worries that business owners and entrepreneurs. Generally, many business owners never consult with an attorney before they start their business. As a result, most small business owners wait to hire an attorney when they are faced with a serious legal problem. The fact is that getting the right legal help before you start your business will most often save you money in the long run.

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of the Cure

While you certainly need to retain an attorney for the serious legal issues, your emphasis should be placed on preventing such issues before they happen. By the time you or your business is sued, the preventable damage has been done and the only question that remains is how much you’ll be paying in attorney’s fees, court fees, and damages.

To prevent unnecessary attorney costs at the inception of your business as well as tremendous costs after a lawsuit has been filed, OCCO’s network of attorneys can setup a consultation arrangement.

The two most precious resources for any small-business owner are time and money. That’s why when the subject of intellectual property comes up, many owners run in the other direction. They see images of expensive lawyers and use that as an excuse to ignore the topic, reasoning that it is a problem for big companies to worry about.

The trouble is, with the rise of competition through the Internet and on the global market, understanding intellectual property is more critical than ever for small-business owners.

Limited Liability Companies and Corporations are two different business structures with very different tax requirements. Before you make decision on which type is best for you, consult with our lawyers to find out the advantages and disadvantages of both entities.

Before signing your legal documents, make sure that the fine print doesn’t leave you at risk. Our attorneys can advise on legal documents during some of your most important decision-making times—get help with NDAs, service agreements, statements of work, and more.

Get the Legal Advice you need!

Whether you need to make a decision about your business’ legal structure (LLC or S Corporation), have questions about your lease, or want to protect your intellectual property, OCCO’s extensive network of attorneys can help you.