Faculty Announcement – Trippe Fried – Outsourced General Counsel

Trippe Fried will teach a course called “Outsourced General Counsel” at Solo Practice University®.

Trippe Fried has been a practicing attorney for seventeen years. He works exclusively with entrepreneurs and businesses and often as an outsourced general counsel. Trippe functions both as part of the management team assessing and addressing potential risks and as the company’s legal representative. His work includes case and legal services management, transactions, mergers and acquisitions, company development, contracts, employee relations, intellectual property protection, corporate governance, and dispute resolution.

Trippe has worked with clients around the country and in numerous industries including technology, health care, manufacturing, professional services, transportation, venture capital, human resources, and social services. He also writes on matters of interest to attorneys and entrepreneurs and has taught several courses on the legal issues businesses face.

The creator of his own successful technology business, the Virtual Legal Department, Trippe knows from experience the challenges of entrepreneurship and what legal services business owners really need to survive in the 21st Century global economy.

Trippe has been published in several law reviews including Transactions and the DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal. He also hosted his own radio show on issues of interest to small business owners.

Syllabus – Outsourced General Counsel

  • Introduction: What Is Outsourced General Counsel?
  • How to Integrate With and Add Value to the Client – Tips for Fitting In
  • Management Functions – Using Risk Assessment and Management to Troubleshoot
  • Legal Functions – Providing Legal Services as Part of a Broader Management Team
  • Multijurisdictional Practice Considerations
  • Ethical Considerations – Knowing Your Limits, Working within the Rules
  • Working as OGC with Multiple Clients
  • Prognostications – Why OGC Is the Wave of the Future
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