PREVENTATIVE LEGAL APPROACH
Jameson law provides preventative legal counsel. That's why the firm spends so much time working with its clients initially to protect all trademarks and copyrights, form the correct legal entity, and draft all necessary agreements. With the future in focus, the firm builds a strong foundation to weather the storms around the corner and prepare its clients for growth.
In conjunction with its Preventative Legal Approach, the firm recognizes the three stages of the business cycle: creating, protecting, and growing the business. Because the firm’s model is based on the create, protect, grow cycle, the practice’s focus is mostly on company formations and foundations, intellectual property and asset protection, contract drafts and reviews, and business growth through franchising, licensing, alliances, and other business transactions. The firm prides itself on providing services that will minimize company liability, thereby reducing future risks and costs.
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
Jameson Law represents businesses in many industries. Because of its intellectual property focus, the firm works extensively with companies and individuals in the creative arts industries. The creative arts industries include technology, culinary arts, design, fashion, fine arts, advertising, marketing, media, architecture, publishing, writing, visual arts, and many more. The firm has robust knowledge in setting up companies in these industries, and able to provide one-on-one counsel and build each company's intellectual property assets in a customized manner. Due to its involvement with the creative arts industries, the firm started the Creative Legal Studio, which allows the firm to work with disadvantaged creative artists in building their businesses, pro bono.
While headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, the firm also offers a second location at Bryant Park in New York City. The firm enjoys the opportunity to connect clients in both areas for beneficial synergies. With Jameson Law, whether you are creating, protecting, or growing your business, you will receive customized, one-on-one long-term legal services for you and your business.
News & Publications
Where Did That Franchise Come From?
Trey Jameson's article featured in SC Bar Magazine discussing the hidden dangers in licensing programs and other non-franchise arrangements.
Charleston Regional Business Journal
Trey Jameson was selected as one of the 40 Under 40 for 2017 by the Charleston Regional Business Journal. This elite 40 is comprised of people under 40 years of age who have excelled in the professional arena and in community involvement.
The Case Against Legal Zoom and Other Third Party Legal Providers
A look into the risks associated with using discount legal providers.