We are revolutionizing the practice of law.

Our mission is to forge technology and practice of law, produce high-quality legal services and make them universally accessible and useful.

We strive to be a leading global law firm by delivering quality and value to our clients.
We achieve this through practical and innovative legal solutions that help our clients succeed. We deliver consistent services across our platform of practices and sectors in all matters we undertake.

Laws were created to protect and empower us—as individuals, families and business owners—but many people don’t get the help they need because of costly legal fees and complexity.

We want to change things by making legal services affordable, simple and available to more people than ever before. We are proud to say that we’ve been able to build a service that millions of people rely upon. Every day we spend our time and resources making it easier for people to get the legal help they need, so they can focus on what’s really important—taking care of their families and building strong businesses.

How We Work

You have arrived on legal platform that helps fast-growing companies build their own custom legal teams. With the largest network of independent lawyers in the world, we can tackle any legal project — whether it’s a one-time consult, a part-time specialist on retainer, or an entire freelance legal department. By streamlining the attorney / client workflow with technology that includes online documents and digital signatures, it offers a truly 21st century legal experience.


Legal Teams

Our global work desk platform enables companies to build their own custom legal teams. With an expansive network of attorneys worldwide Generis Global can tackle a legal project of any size – whether it’s a one-time consult, a part-time specialist on retainer, or an entire freelance legal department. With advanced technologies to streamline workflows, this creates a unique experience. 

Legal Process Outsourcing

The Generis Global Network most of the time gets clients such as law firms or corporates to outsource their work to us, it mostly involves document review, litigation support or financials.

Once we sign the contract, we press in our staff which is strategically placed across the world. The people working with us are vetted and have signed agreements with regard to non-disclosure and client confidentiality. This gives Generis Global an advantage over the prices offered by traditional Legal Process Outsourcing services, we are able to cut the costs it involves to host in-house staff, enabling us to give better quotes to our clients. The remote employee grid is managed with cutting edge technology and coagulated by the use of dynamic workflows and machine learning.  Since law firms are fast becoming a primary target of cyber criminals, we have sate-of-the-art information security solutions deployed to help us mitigate cyber attacks.

We do DirectConnect™

DirectConnect involves clients (end service consumers not to be confused with corporations) getting in touch with Generis, sometimes individuals, sometimes small businesses, once the client puts up a request for any sort of service. We fire-up our database, and we are able to see what would be best suited for the client. The next step would be pressing in our remote staff or strategic partners to get working with the client at prices that are competitive and cost-effective. Strategic partners have allowed Generis to work in multiple jurisdictions hassle-free, it has further allowed for rapid expansion, and added capacity to operations.

Strategic partners allow us to cross-promote, build on each other’s strengths, fill in gaps in areas of growth, share intelligence, attract new customers and expand business offerings to existing customers.

We LeadWithLeads™

LeadWithLeads is a pilot program where we provide business intelligence to law firms which might include client leads. We understand that we cannot be partners with everyone. This gives us a platform which can easily be commercialised. Connecting attorneys with consumers searching for legal help every day.

A network of our websites offer visitors the option to enter in their contact and case information to connect with lawyers offering services in their area of law and near their location. Once a visitor submits a request to speak with an attorney, we send you all the details by email or text. It’s that simple.

Every one of our websites offers its visitors the option to enter their contact information into practice-specific forms to connect with lawyers offering services in their area of law and near their location. We make it simple, but not intrusive or obligatory, for consumers to connect with attorneys. 

We help secure Intellectual Property

For many businesses, intellectual property protects more than just an idea or a concept – it protects genuine business assets that may be integral to the core services of the business and overall long-term viability.

That’s where we come in. 

We register copyrights, trademarks, and patents. We create confidentiality, non-disclosure or licensing contracts for our clients. 

We Incorporate

We help ideas become businesses. We handle the legal part of creating a new business. The fact that we have a soft spot for entrepreneurs should come as no surprise. 

Our single focus is to help entrepreneurs and business owners start, run and grow their companies. We work with companies of all sizes and offer products, services, and tools that provide companies the support they need throughout the life of their business.

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  • Ligtigation support 100% 100%
  • Swift drafting 100% 100%
  • Client Satisfaction 100% 100%
  • Flexibility 100% 100%
  • Responsiveness 100% 100%
  • Scalability 100% 100%
  • Coherence 100% 100%
  • Creativity 100% 100%
  • Reliability 100% 100%

High Tech

We must evolve. We provide high tech solutions to the legal world making life easier for our clients. 

Forward Thinking

We have a vision to shape the future for the betterment of us humans as a global community.


Problem Solvers

The world offers us problems and we offer solutions. We never give in. Never ever. 

Customer Support

Our clients are always backed with a global support network, to ensure they win and we succeed. 

Innovation fused with a vision, and hard work coupled with sincerity makes a revolution.

We deliver a revolution each day.

About us, we are Generis Global.

Knowledge Base 

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 The Benefits of Outsourcing Document Review Services

    Outsourcing document review services has become a popular choice for organizations seeking to streamline their operations, improve efficiency, and reduce costs. By partnering with a trusted document review service provider like Generis Global,...

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The Role of Technology in Document Review Services

  In the digital era, technology plays a pivotal role in transforming document review services. Advancements in automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and data analytics have revolutionized the way organizations review and analyze documents. By harnessing the...

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 Best Practices for Efficient Document Review Processes

  In the world of document management, efficiency is key. Organizations must strive to optimize their document review processes to save time, reduce costs, and improve overall productivity. By implementing best practices for efficient document review, businesses can...

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Do I need a lawyer if I am a renter?

  Are you facing eviction or legal problems with your landlord? Here are some ways a tenant attorney can help. What you will find out: What does a lawyer for renters do? How Can You Tell If You Need a Tenant Lawyer? How much does a lawyer cost for a renter? What...

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Can your family kick you out of your home?

    It can be hard to move in with family or rent from them. Find out what your rights are if you live with your parents or another family member. What you will find out: Do I have rights as a renter in the house my family owns? Can my parents or other...

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Giving up a Lease

  You may have good reasons for wanting to get out of your lease, but breaking a lease is still breaking a deal, so you could be punished. A written lease or rental deal between you and your employer is a legally binding contract. Even if you have a good reason...

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Bad Landlord? Your Legal Options

  Most owners try hard to make sure their tenants are happy, but some are just bad. Find out here what to do if you have a bad roommate. What you will find out: How can I stop a bad landlord from being a bad landlord? Can my boss get rid of me? What happens if I...

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What to do if you are given a notice to leave

  A notice to move out does not have to be scary. Find out what you can do if your landlord gives you an Eviction Notice. What you will find out: If I get an Eviction Notice, can I stop the eviction? What does a proper Eviction Notice have to say? Will being...

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When your landlord goes bankrupt, what happens?

    What are a renter's rights if an owner goes bankrupt? What should a tenant do to protect himself or herself? What you will find out: If my landlord files for bankruptcy, will I have to move out? How does the kind of bankruptcy I have as a renter affect...

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How a Tenant Can Deal with an Eviction

  Getting a notice to move out can be annoying and scary. Find out how to deal with a formal eviction and what you can do to avoid one. What you will find out: Do I have to answer a Notice to Vacate? When someone complains, how long do I have to answer? Is it...

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How to Get Out of Your Residential Lease

  Giving up on a lease? Find out how to rent a place in a responsible way to get the best results. What you will find out: Look over your home's lease. Talk to your property owner. Other Ways to Get Out of a Lease Get back your security deposit You sign a lease...

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How to File a Complaint with a Rental Property Owner

  Put your complaint in writing if your owner does not do what is in your rental or lease agreement. If you can, take shots of what is wrong. If your owner does not do what is in your rental or lease agreement, you should file a written report and, if you can,...

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How a tenant can fight an eviction that is not legal

    What is an illegal eviction? If your landlord gives you an Eviction Notice, what are your rights? Find out how to fight an eviction that is not legal here. What you will find out: How do I know if my notice to move out is legal? What can I do if I get a...

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Should I set up my real estate business as a corporation?

    If you are a single owner or a partner, you are personally responsible for all bills, no matter how big or small. This may make you nervous about dealing in real estate. Investing in real estate can be a very good way to make money. But because you will...

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How to Write a Property Legal Description

    When you rent out or sell a home or piece of land, you need a formal account of the property. You can add a formal explanation to your lease with our Lease Agreement. When you rent out or sell your home as a landlord or homeowner, you will need to give a...

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Do I need a lawyer for real estate?

  Do you find it hard to buy, sell, or rent property? Here are some times when you might need the help of a real estate lawyer. What you will find out: What does a lawyer for real estate do? How can I tell if I need a lawyer for real estate? How much does a...

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How do I know if my tenant needs a co-signer?

    Landlords like to know what they are getting. Tenants-to-be who do not have good credit cause doubt. Find out what co-signers can do to help. What you will find out: When should a landlord ask for a co-signer? Can landlords put limits on who can co-sign...

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How to find new renters during the holiday season

    During the holiday season, it can be hard for landlords to fill empty apartments. Use these tips to find new renters and keep your rentals full. What you will find out: What are some marketing ideas I can use to find and bring in new clients during the...

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Referral letters and references for a rental

    Find out how referral letters, recommendations, and credit checks work for renting. What you will find out: What is a letter about a rental? What else could a letter recommending a rental place say? Do you need more than one letter? What are references...

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Reasons it is legal to turn down a rental application

    When can you, as a landlord, say no to a rental application? Find out what the law says and how to keep your screening process for tenants from being unfair. What you will find out: Why would an application for a rental be turned down? What are some...

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Checking a tenant’s background and credit:

  It can be hard to find trusted roommates. Find out about the most popular ways to screen tenants here. What you will find out: Is a background check or a credit check required by the law? When can I start checking a tenant's credit and background? When I look...

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How to get a rental property rented

    Even when the real estate market is doing well, it may not always be easy to rent a home. Read on to find tips and tricks that will help you rent out your home faster. What you will find out: How can I make sure more people apply for my rental ads? What...

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Ten crucial things to ask while looking for new renters

    A landlord's error in selecting the incorrect renter might be expensive. Here are five crucial questions landlords should ask prospective renters. What you will discover: 1. Why are you relocating? 2. Do you have references from your previous work and...

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What You Should Know Before Becoming a Landlord

  What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a landlord? If you are thinking about becoming a landlord, here's what you should know. What you will discover: What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a landlord? Which are the finest real estate...

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Landlords’ Top 4 Legal Requirements–Big and Small

    Landlords have several obligations, which vary depending on where they live. Here are some significant legal requirements for landlords. What you will discover: Is a business license or permission required for landlords to rent out property? What...

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Your Lease Agreement and Renter’s Insurance

    Learn how renter's insurance may protect you and your belongings. And why your landlord could want it. What you will discover: Renter's Insurance vs. Rental Property Insurance What Does Renter's Insurance Cover? Why Might Your Landlord Require Renter's...

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Legal Guide for Rent-to-Own Sellers

  When it comes to rent-to-own arrangements, sellers have a lot on the line. Here you may learn about the dangers and advantages. What you will discover: What exactly is a rent-to-own home? What are your alternatives for rent-to-own sales? What are the dangers of...

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Leasing and Rent Control 101

  What exactly is rent control, and where can you find one? We will address these questions and help renters and landlords understand rent control. What you will discover: What Exactly Is Rent Control? Where Can You Find Rent Control? Can a Landlord Evict a...

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The Benefits and Drawbacks of Month-to-Month Leases

    A Month-to-Month Rental Agreement is an excellent method to have your agreement in writing while retaining the flexibility of a shorter, more open-ended period. Let us look through the benefits and drawbacks of month-to-month contracts. What you will...

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Late Rent Fees and Grace Periods: Important Lease Details

    It is in your best interest as a landlord to establish a policy addressing late rent payments. Get legal answers to frequently asked concerns concerning late fees and other issues. What you will discover: Is it permissible to charge late fees? How many...

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How to Get Rid of a Subletter Who Is Refusing to Leave

    When renters sublease, things may become complex. Learn about your landlord rights and what you can do to preserve your investment. What you will discover: Can a landlord compel a subtenant to pay rent or back rent? Can landlords make subletters sign a...

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Prepare Your Vacation Rental Property for Summer

    Summer vacation means getting your home ready for the peak season for short-term rental operators. Here's how you be ready for the summer rush. What you will discover: What should I do before advertising my vacation home? Is short-term vacation property...

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Is a Privacy Policy Required for Landlords?

    Personal privacy and data security are major concerns for tenants, and they present liability difficulties for landlords. Here's how to manage renter privacy. What you will discover: What are renters' privacy rights? Is there a privacy policy in lease...

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Checklist for Getting Ready for Peak Rental Season

  Summer is approaching, and for rental owners, this may be the busiest time of year. Learn how landlords may prepare for the upcoming high rental season. What you will discover: What can I do to be ready for the rental season? How can I make the rental...

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Can Landlords Make Renters Insurance Mandatory?

    Renters insurance is required in leases to offer landlords and tenants with peace of mind and liability protection. Find out what choices a landlord has here. What you will discover: What is the scope of renters insurance? Can a lease mandate renters...

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Which Rental Property Improvements Are Worth It?

  Are you seeking for a sweet spot as a landlord, where your property renovations at least pay for themselves? Let us look at which sorts of rental property upgrades pay off and which do not so you, the landlord, may concentrate on your ROI. What you will...

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Methods for Managing Multiple Renters in the Same Unit

    When renters share the same apartment, landlords may confront difficulties. Learn about the legal solutions available to you to help safeguard your rental company. What you will discover: What are the advantages of having tenants on the same Lease...

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Management Techniques for Your Own Rental Property

  Consider these rental property management ideas to boost your productivity and efficiency as a landlord. What you will discover: Create a schedule. Make a schedule for showings. Rent collection should be automated. Consider including extra services in the rent....

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Property Owners’ Legal Guide to Halloween

    For property owners, Halloween brings with it a new set of problems. Learn how to have fun while being safe and protecting your investment. What you will discover: Can I be held liable if a trick-or-treater gets hurt on my property? Can I be held liable...

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Every landlord need legal paperwork.

    Whether you rent out a few rooms in your home or are a full-fledged landlord with many business properties for rent, what you will learn: Finding the ideal renter Working with your tenant Lead Disclosure Statement Rental Application Reference Letter...

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Flood and Water Damage Legal Guide for Landlords

    Protecting tenants and buildings against periodic or unexpected floods poses significant legal issues for landlords in flood-prone locations. Discover how to be prepared. What you will discover: What are the most typical issues that landlords confront...

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The Landlord’s Guide to Rental Property Renovation

Landlords may find it challenging to renovate rental buildings. Learn how to improve your home while keeping your tenants satisfied. What you will discover: How do I decide which improvements to do first? Can I improve my house while it is rented out? When do I need a...

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Fireworks Safety for Renters and Rental Property

    When renters want to enjoy fireworks, landlords should establish certain ground rules to ensure everyone's safety. Learn more about rental property firework safety here. What you will discover: Can you prevent tenants from launching fireworks on your...

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Is it legal for me to enter while my tenant is out?

    In an ideal world, landlords would get permission to access leased property whenever necessary and would warn tenants well in advance. The actual world is not without flaws. Unexpected events occur, and renters may be difficult to reach or reticent to...

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Transferring Rental Property to an LLC

  Discover the advantages of incorporating an LLC for your rental company and moving your rental property to your LLC. What you will discover: Why should I form an LLC for my rental property company? How can I convert a rental property into an LLC? Is it possible...

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How to Begin a Property Management Business

    We will go through the steps you need to follow to establish your own property management firm. What you will discover: Background Investigations Following Step: Incorporate Contracts to Protect You Starting a property management company may be an...

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Incorporating Rental Properties

    understanding how to protect oneself from responsibility is an important part of understanding how to be a landlord. Landlords face a variety of dangers, but liability is usually the most concerning. What you will discover: Choose a Business Entity...

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How to Deal with Partying College Tenants

    Landlords who rent to college students must be prepared to cope with young renters who may party too hard or too often. Find more about your legal options here. What you will discover: What can be done about tenants who generate excessive noise? What if...

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Landlords’ Reactions to Tenant Unions

    Landlords should be aware that tenant unions are becoming more widespread. Continue reading to find out what landlords might anticipate if their tenants unionize. What you will discover: What exactly is a tenant union, and what are its objectives? Is it...

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How quickly should snow and ice be removed?

    Property owners often ask if and when they must remove snow or ice. More information may be found here. What you will discover: Who is in charge of snow removal? How soon after a snowstorm must snow and ice be removed? What happens if I do not shovel my...

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Handling Tenant Maintenance and Upgrade Requests

    Things do break from time to time. Learn what to do if a renter reports, or fails to report, a problem in, on, or around their unit. What you will discover: Why should landlords and managers be concerned about maintenance? What can be done to deal with...

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Do not Worry When Tenants Leave for the Holidays

    Maintenance issues are a major headache for landlords, particularly while renters are away. Learn how to handle challenging circumstances calmly here. What you will discover: Is it permissible for me to enter while the renters are gone if I have grounds...

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Is it legal for property managers to evict tenants?

    Property managers have various obligations, but do they have the ability to remove tenants? Learn about the eviction procedure and the responsibilities of the property management here. What you will discover: Property managers have the authority to...

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Responsibilities Regarding Apartment Maintenance

  Use a rental or lease agreement to establish tenant and landlord obligations for apartment upkeep to protect your rights as a landlord or renter. A rental or lease agreement will specify each party's responsibility for apartment upkeep, whether you are a tenant...

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7 Negotiating Tips for Late Rent Payments with Tenants

    Anyone may face financial difficulties. If you are having trouble getting renters to pay their rent on time, here are some suggestions. What you will discover: 1. Send a kind reminder. 2. Send a Notice of Late Rent. 3. Inquire with the renter as to why...

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7 Important Tax Tips for Vacation Homeowners

  Whether you operate alone or through a rental agency, here are seven important tax recommendations that every vacation home owner should consider. What you will discover: Tip 1:Keep accurate, separate records of your income and spending. Tip 2: Learn about...

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What Happens If Your Tenant Declares Bankruptcy?

    When a tenant declares bankruptcy, the landlord's livelihood may be jeopardized. Learn about your landlord's rights if a tenant files for bankruptcy. What you will discover: In bankruptcy, what is the distinction between a "secured claim," a "unsecured...

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How to Assess Commercial Property for Your Company

    Commercial leases might be difficult to understand. Here you may learn about the many forms and conditions of business renting agreements. What you will discover: What should I look for in a business space rental? What fees are often included in...

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