Contracts and Contract Review

Contracts help establish sound foundations for business startups, effective mergers, successful joint ventures and real estate transactions, and ultimately for satisfied clients.

Our firm works with companies of all sizes, from local business owners to international companies involved in mergers.  Many businesses rely on us regularly to review, draft or negotiate their business contracts.

Review of Contract

When contracts do not get thoroughly reviewed, mistakes can happen that can leave you vulnerable to loss or litigation. An experienced attorney can explain the terms of your contract to you, and help you avoid liabilities or other problems that can be difficult, if not impossible, to get out of. As your contract lawyers, we not only assess and evaluate your contract, but also suggest how to try and avoid potential problems down the road. We draft specialty contracts that take into account eventualities that may affect the smooth running of your business.

Breach of Contract

When you are involved in a breach of contract dispute, we will try to negotiate a resolution on your behalf. If it appears that litigation is the only way to protect or defend your interests, then we will vigorously and thoroughly represent your interests in the courtroom.

Specialty Contracts

While there are many common types of contracts there are always situations with special circumstances that require special wording.  A few specialty contracts we often draw up include consulting agreements, employment and contractor agreements and much more.


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