Once again, the company name is a perfect acronym for my chief motivations. Thinking about our Customers, Employees and Owners is all I need to jump out of bed each morning and hit the ground running! From a Customer perspective, I passionately believe that Customers deserve a better, more satisfying legal solution. There is an […]Read More How Do You Stay Motivated as a Company Founder?
Great question! We’re called CEO Law for a reason – it means we’re committed to happy Customers, happy Employees and happy Owners – in that order! So the happiest moments I’ve had as an entrepreneur have been when we’ve done an outstanding job of delighting our Customers and Employees. A great recent example involved an […]Read More What has been the most fulfilling experience you’ve had as an entrepreneur?
The first distinction I think is important is what sets CEO Law apart from its BigLaw competition. That one is easy – we offer lawyers with the same Bay Street training where our lawyers generally also have worked in leading Canadian companies so they know how companies operate. We focus more on a great customer […]Read More What sets CEO Law apart from its New Law competitors?
Great question! The answer is in our name itself – which is an acronym for Customers, Employees and Owners. We believe that truly successful companies are committed to the happiness of these groups, in this order. It starts with doing everything possible to ensure happy Customers. We believe that a great lawyer, at a fair price, delivering more […]Read More How would you define success for CEO Law?
At CEO Law, we pride ourselves on what we call our “best of breed” lawyers. So what goes into a best of breed lawyer? It starts with experience at a Bay Street calibre law firm. We believe it’s helpful to cut your teeth at a BigLaw firm so you know the good, the bad and […]Read More What advice would you give a young lawyer just getting started in their career?