Law Offices

Are you looking for a trustworthy supplier of OEM printing supplies to sell your overstock products to? Established in 2001, OEM Connect, has grown to become a market leader in the wholesale, reselling, and distribution of OEM ink, toner, and printing consumables. We are well-known for offering the most competitive pricing on high-quality printing supplies. Our firm is employee-owned, and our passionate workers are committed to supplying high-quality merchandise as well as individualized customer service to ensure that our company can satisfy the demands of all of our customers.

Understanding Law Offices

A law office is a commercial entity founded by at least one lawyer to practice law. A law office's principal duty is to educate clients, be it companies or individuals, about their legal rights and duties, as well as to represent clients in criminal or civil lawsuits, business transactions, and other matters requiring legal advice and other help.
The size of a law practice might vary greatly. The great majority of attorneys practice alone, hence the smallest law firms are solo practitioners.
Smaller firms tend to specialize in specific areas of law, such as personal injury, criminal defense, tax law, labor law, and patent law. Larger firms may be made up of several specialized practice groups, allowing the firm to diversify its client base and market, as well as offer a variety of services to their clients.
Large law offices typically have distinct departments for transactional and litigation work. The former provides advice to clients and performs transactional legal tasks, such as evaluating and ensuring compliance with relevant law, necessary legal filings and applications, and contract drafting. On the other hand, the latter represents clients in court and handles necessary matters, such as findings and motions filed with the court, throughout the litigation process.

Why Should Law Offices Sell Their Surplus and Overstock Ink and Toner Supplies?

If you have an excess of ink and toner supplies that you are unable to finish using, consider selling them to OEM Connect as we offer reasonable prices for them. We accept a wide range of brands, so you won't be unable to sell your extra ink and toner supplies to us. OEM Connect is an experienced buyer of surplus ink and toner supplies from law offices, and we will work hard to maximize your earnings. 

Brands We Accept

If you are a law office, you will be pleased to know that we accept toners and inks from brands like:
  • HP
  • Xerox
  • Ricoh
  • Canon
  • Konica Minolta
  • Kyocera
  • Brother
  • Dell
  • Samsung
  • Toshiba
  • … and more!

Why Law Offices Should Work with OEM Connect

OEM Connect has established itself as the industry's top wholesaler and distributor of OEM toner, ink, and printer supplies to resellers. We purchase authentic brand name surplus, overstock, excess, closeout, and liquidation products. As we buy products from a large selection of brands, law offices with excess printing supplies should sell to us.
To learn more about how OEM Connect serves law offices, do not hesitate to contact us today.