Writing Business Contracts
Whether you run a small business, or a large one, it helps to have a good business attorney at your side. Using business contracts is essential to keeping your business assets protected. Green Legal Group can provide legal advice to help businesses do business legally and to prevent serious disputes.
Businesses enter into agreements with customers, vendors, strategic partners, and employees. Some agreements may not need a formalized contract because there is little to no risk involved. However, other agreements, if not properly drafted and clearly set out, can come back to haunt a business when the deal goes bad. Drafting the right business contracts can keep your business safe from lawsuits.
Protect Your Business with Correct Business Contracts
In some cases, one bad deal can be the difference between a successful and a failed business. For example, in many situations employees are given access to sensitive business information that make you more competitive and it is important to ensure that employees sign non-compete/non-solicitation agreements. Often, it is a good idea to have a service agreement that outlines the services you provide to your customers or agreements with commercial partners.
Business contracts need to clearly explain financing terms and to define important terms for the employees and others to read. Green Legal Group’s contract attorneys work hard to learn your business and tailor agreements around your goals. We understand the impact of a poorly drafted contract and how it can impact your business. We can provide assistance with the following business matters:
- Assignment Agreements • Buy/Sell Agreements • Distribution, Sale, Manufacturing Agreements • Employment Agreements • Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Franchise Agreements • Joint Venture Agreements • Lease Agreements • License and Royalty Agreements • Partnership Agreements • Promissory Notes • Real Estate and Purchase Agreements • Terms and Conditions
Green Legal Group provides free legal consultation for businesses in need of creating contracts and other documents. Call our Business law firm today for more information, (801) 405-7827.