Business Contracts

Drafting, Reviewing, and Negotiating Many Types of Contracts for Company Owners

A contract is a legally binding agreement that governs a business transaction. Almost every type of company will utilize contracts on a regular basis, and signing a contract may be routine. However, it is always critical to make sure that each agreement you sign has terms that are favorable to your business and that protect you from liability and losses.

It is never wise to enter into a contract without the guidance of a business contracts attorney. If you need assistance with contract drafting, review, or negotiation, contact the Law Offices of Jon H. Freis.

Common Business Contracts

The types of contracts you will face will differ based on your type of business and the structure of your company. Some common contracts our firm handles include:

  • Partnership agreements
  • LLC operating agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Lease agreements

Often, a business owner may be tempted to use a boilerplate contract for each transaction. This can mean the provisions of the contract will not be tailored to address all aspects of the specific situation at hand. Boilerplate contracts can open your business up to liability or leave your company without the necessary legal relief should the other party breach the contract. It is always better to have a skilled attorney draft or review your contract before you sign, as well as negotiate any terms necessary. This can prevent problems before they arise and save your company many resources.

Consult with an Experienced Business Contracts Lawyer Today

A business contracts attorney at the Law Offices of Jon H. Freis can review existing contracts, draft agreements from scratch, and help you negotiate favorable terms for every important transaction. Call 310-276-1218 or contact us online to learn more.