Auxilium Law is full service business law firm dedicated to providing practical and cost-effective legal solutions to start-ups, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and creative professionals. Most of the legal services are provided on a fixed cost basis. Practice areas include: Business Formation and Maintenance; Contracts, Employment Law; Intellectual Property law; Internet, e-commerce, and social media law, Business disputes and litigation.
Having held in-house counsel positions at start-up technology companies in Seattle, Amrita has an insider’s perspective on the challenges faced by such companies in everyday operations and business growth. She has helped these companies successfully balance legal risks with business priorities. Her experiences include:
- Serving as General Counsel for a start-up technology company in Seattle
- Developing and implementing legal strategies to build a portfolio of intellectual property assets
- Negotiating, reviewing, and drafting variety of commercial contracts including multi-party non disclosure agreements, software licenses, and commercial service agreements
- Interacting with cross-functional groups including sales, product development, and finance for formulation of policies and negotiating contracts ·
- Managing acquisition of the European Union Safe Harbor Certificate for client
- Counseling on privacy and consumer protection issues surrounding mobile and internet advertising
- Resolving complex and multi-party disputes
In 2009, Amrita started Auxilium Law with the goal of providing customized and innovative service to start-ups and small businesses at an affordable price. Our legal solutions address the business’s goals in a holistic way, taking into account all their priorities including business growth, sustenance, desired work culture, and business relationships.
Amrita graduated Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law and received a CALI award for best performance in Payment Law. During law school, she interned for the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington and the Washington Credit Union League.
Apart from regular practice, Amrita volunteers for various organizations such as Washington Attorneys Assisting Community Organizations, Washington CASH legal clinic for micro-enterprises, Housing Justice Project at Kent, and the Eastside Legal Clinic. She is a member of the South Asian Bar Association of Washington and is fluent in Hindi.