Contracts shape businesses in several ways
Business transactions can take many forms, most of which involve some type of contract. A contract is an agreement, typically in written form, where the parties agree to do something in exchange for something else (such as perform a service in exchange for money). Contracts are usually enforceable by law, as long as certain legal requirements are met.
Over more than twenty years of practice as a business transaction attorney, I have handled a wide variety of transactions and contracts on behalf of my clients, ranging from licensing agreements to commercial and residential leases, employment contracts, corporate reorganization, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder agreements and business succession plans. I bring this wealth of experience to each of my clients, allowing them to benefit from my knowledge base as I review, investigate and analyze their proposed transactions. By educating my clients on their legal rights and options, I empower them to make informed decisions about the best course of action to pursue with regards to a given transaction. Through due diligence, a thorough analysis of the transaction and skillful negotiation, I can protect your business’ best interests and reduce the risk of future legal disputes or the need for litigation.