OGC Solutions Case Studies
Our team of experienced and talented Outside General Counsel attorneys shares a breadth of knowledge and expertise that makes us well equipped for almost any kind of case. Our firm is dedicated to legal education, meaning we never stop learning how to tackle the evolving risks and liabilities businesses face today.
Contracting with outside counsel can be an inconsistent experience. At Santomassimo Davis LLP, each member of our highly seasoned legal team quickly gets up to speed with our clients, allowing for consistency and quality of services. By embedding our attorneys within a client’s company, we are able to take a proactive approach to potential liabilities and directly tackle your business’s risks. Check out our OGC Solutions case studies below.
True Value Case Study
Several years ago, leaders at Santomassimo Davis realized the role technology could play in the strategic growth of the firm. At the time, the CRM platform they used was not powerful enough to accomplish their goals. They were dissatisfied with their case management software, because it ran on internal servers, was not being updated by the provider, and did not offer an option for mobile work.
They also could not connect it with their document management software, a situation that proved to be inefficient and primed for potential errors. Santomassimo Davis knew that having one system of record – with a powerful marketing engine and integrated case management, accounting, reporting dashboards, and more – would fuel growth and set them apart from other law firms.
Lockheed Martin Corp Case Study
In July 2014, Attorney Marco Gonzalez received a shocking phone call.
His soon-to-be client, Lockheed Martin Corp., had reported to him, that their freight-forwarder had misrouted an inert piece of military hardware en route from Europe to the United States. The missile had been sent to Europe for training purposes and was inadvertently shipped to Cuba on its way back to the U.S. after a mishap at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Cuban customs inspectors had discovered it while conducting a routine inspection of cargo that had arrived in Havana. “Imagine the inspectors’ surprise when a huge green canister rolled up that appeared to have a missile inside,” said Gonzalez, a partner at Santomassimo Davis LLP Outside General Counsel™ Solutions, a New-Jersey based firm with offices in Philadelphia and New York.