A signed business contract is legally binding and can have far-reaching implications. It is crucial that you understand every aspect of the business contract before signing. Do not sign a contract without having it reviewed by an experienced business law attorney. Our primary goal is to make sure your business interests are protected and to provide you with sound legal strategies moving forward. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation or for more information on any of our law firm's legal services.
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Business Contract Law
Business contracts and agreements are an inevitable and very necessary part of doing business. When drafted properly, contracts provide clear communication. Strong business contracts can eliminate confusion and limit future disputes. Ideally, we hope you will contact us to help you draft a well-written contract, but if you are faced with a dispute over a previous contract, we are prepared to take action to protect and defend your interests. If you have a contract you would like reviewed by a skilled business law attorney, call us today to schedule an appointment.
Handshake agreements might sound more friendly than dense business contracts filled with legal jargon, but it is unwise to enter into a business agreement based on someone’s word. If it is not included, in detail, in a signed legal contract, you will have the odds stacked against you should litigation become necessary.
As tedious as it sounds, it is imperative that you read and understand every line of a contract before you sign. Let us review the documents for you. We will explain them in plain English so you can make an informed decision whether to sign or not. We can draft amendments to the contract to make it more suitable to your best interests. Our law firm can review or draft the following types of business contracts for you:
- Sale-related contracts
- Employment-related contracts
- Commercial leases
- Nondisclosure agreement
- Promissory note
- Licensing agreement
- General business contracts
- Indemnity agreement
- Partnership agreement
- Joint venture agreement
- Settlement agreement
- Confidentiality agreement
- And more
Business Law Attorney
We want to help make your business as successful as possible. It is far more cost-effective to do things correctly from the start, which is why we hope you will seek our counsel before signing any contracts. In the event you find yourself in the midst of a contract dispute, we will still work tirelessly to get you back on track and help protect your interests moving forward.
Our background in business law, commercial law, and civil law has given us a unique understanding of all the legal issues a business can face. We would love to work on your behalf when it comes to the legal side of running your business. Feel free to contact our office today for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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The Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC., will draft, review, and revise business contracts, as well as, prosecute or defend breach of contract actions in Ventura County, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, and all surrounding areas.