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Philip Evangelou

OpenLegal
New South Wales
Franchising, Mergers And Acquisitions
New South Wales, Nationwide
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About Philip

Legally Yours and Phil Evangelou from Open Legal from Karen Finch on Vimeo.

In this video, Legally Yours CEO, Karen Finch, sits down with Director of Open Legal, Phil Evangelou, to discuss his background, his journey in the law, the services at Open Legal and their firm values, and also what Phil enjoys doing outside of the law.

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Phillip Evangelou Bio

Philip is a qualified lawyer with over 14 years’ experience and Co-Founder of OpenLegal which offers flexible legal solutions for small to large businesses. Philip has worked in both private practice and in-house counsel in Sydney and London at various law firms, national insurers and fast growing multinational companies where he gained expertise in most areas of commercial law including:

  • Employment law
  • Intellectual property
  • Finance
  • Commercial leases & property
  • Insurance
  • Commercial contracts
  • Business formation & structure
  • Buying & selling business
  • Construction
  • Corporate migration
  • Debt recovery
  • eCommerce
  • Franchising law
  • Litigation and Technology.

Using his legal expertise and experience of starting multiple businesses, Philip aims to help other entrepreneurs start, scale and grow their businesses by solving all their legal problems and helping to mitigate or manage risks that arise in various industries.

Outside of being a lawyer

Philip is also a philanthropist and Founder of a social enterprise called Kupendo Kids which employs women in Cape Town and supports orphanages in third world countries.