Law Offices of Jason D. Fox
I am a real estate attorney. I do not sue people. I have spent my entire thirteen year career reading and writing contracts. I have never sued anybody or been sued.
I know, my worklife must sound so compelling.
Essentially what I do is, I buy and sell big buildings, like retail centers, industrial parks and office buildings. Then,once my clients own them, I lease them up.
I have spent my entire career working for a large law firm. They trained me well, but the real estate market is in the tank and I can do a little better on my own (hopefully).
I am trying to convey that I am efficient. In other words- lawyering that pays off for the client, and only lawyering that pays off for the client.
I understand that no one wants to overspend on lawyers, but my client's understand that, on an hourly basis, I am not the inexpensive option. Far from it. As an attorney in west Los Angeles, I am probably one of the more expensive solo guys out there. But, the real estate deals I do are bigger than most people.
I try to understand the client's business and the particular issues in a contract that matter to him or her. I try to develop a negotiating strategy that does not necessarily reveal what is most important to my client, but let's both sides feel that they have achieved a win-win solution, while securing most (if not all) of the issues that were important.
Large institutional landlords who own large buildings.
Large tenants who either have multiple spaces (like a national retail chain - as long as the company owns the stores, not individual franchisees), or who need large spaces.
Wealthy individuals who own valuable real estate
Need to be professional. I know that I do not want it boring, nor do I want a dragon tattoo.
I am a real estate lawyer who deals with large buildings, so one thought I have is incorporating buildings into the logo. I am not fully committed to that idea though.
So many law firms use the initials in the logo. Frankly, I am torn.
I am thinking of using cardinal and gold as my main website colors, but I am not completely committed to those colors. Another interesting possibility for colors is brown and green, which represent the colors of the land. The colloquial term for a guy like me is a "dirt lawyer."
So many people are using the lightish blue and green. I am trying to avoid it. Please consider that when creating the design.
I WANT TO APOLOGIZE FOR CHANGING THE BRAND NAME DURING THE MIDDLE OF THE CONTEST. MY ACCOUNTANT JUST TOLD ME THAT I SHOULD NOT BE A CORPORATION. HENCE THE NEW BRAND NAME. I SENT COMMENTS TO A FEW OF YOU ASKING YOU TO RESUBMIT YOUR DESIGNS WITH THE NEW BRAND NAME. PLEASE DO SO AND I WILL CHOOSE ONE. THANKS AGAIN.
I WILL BE MAKING A DECISION ON SUNDAY (HALLOWEEN - 2 DAYS AFTER THE CONTEST ENDS). I NEED TO RUN IT BY A COUPLE OF FRIENDS WHO ARE COMING OVER ON SUNDAY.
THANKS TO EVERYBODY. YOU ALL ARE REALLY DOING GREAT WORK. I HAVE RECOMMENDED THIS SITE TO 2 FRIENDS ALREADY.