Contracts

In most businesses, there are two main contractual issues: (1) those executed by the company in their regular course of business with its customers, and (2) those the business undertakes with its vendors, such as landlords, banks, and suppliers. A business’s contracts should be reviewed periodically. To ensure the highest level of protection for the company. Many business owners are so tied up with their everyday activities that outside contracts, such as leases, are not adequately evaluated. An attorney review of such vendor contracts before signing can help avoid the expense of future problems.


WHAT WE HAVE HELPED OUR CLIENTS ACHIEVE IN CONTRACTS:

  • Successfully enforced a contractual covenant not to compete clause

  • Drafting distribution agreements

  • Drawing up partnership agreements


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