Contract Issues Require A Contract Attorney
Contracts are an integral part of doing business. Everything from employment agreements, to sales, to mergers and acquisitions involves a contract in some shape or form. A well-drafted contract could save you a lot of money and headache in the long run if you ultimately end up in a dispute with the other contracting party. With so much of your business’s success depending on the quality of your business contracts, it makes prudent business sense to have an experienced contract attorney review and advise you on the terms of those contracts.
In contract law, often times the specific wording and formatting of the contract has legal significance. Contracts are legally binding documents, so it is very important that the contract says and means exactly what you intend your agreement to be. You also want your contract to hold up in a court of law if you inevitably become involved in a dispute over the terms of the contract. Your contract attorney should be able to prepare the contract that you want, with the terms you want, and should also be able to explain to you any terminology or conditions of the contract that you do not fully understand.
Our professionals at the Law Offices of Kenechi R. Agu have extensive experience handling contract issues pertaining to:
- Business-related contracts, including business agreements, partnership agreements, commercial property leasing or real estate purchasing agreements, service contracts, outsourcing contracts, procurement agreements and vendor contracts;
- Technology licensing contracts, including IT contracts;
- Intellectual property licensing contracts, including royalty agreements and trade secret confidentiality agreements;
- Employment agreements, including termination agreements, independent contractor employment agreements, non-compete agreements and non-solicitation agreements; and
- Non-disclosure agreements.
Sometime contracts can be lengthy and complicated and filled to the brim with legalese and boilerplate contract clauses that hardly make any sense. Other times contracts can be simple, or even made orally. However, when it comes to serious decisions that could cost you in terms of harming your business if something goes wrong, it is important that you enter into a written contract. A written contract can protect you in ways that an oral agreement cannot. Of particular note, a written agreement is physical evidence of your agreement and it specifically lays out the terms to which you and the disputing party agreed. A well-drafted contract will serve you immensely if you ever need to take a dispute before the court. That is why it is so important to refer to a contract lawyer, even if it is only to review a contract before you sign it.
Contacting a Los Angeles Contract Law Attorney
We at the Law Offices of Kenechi R. Agu believe that it takes a well-rounded and highly skilled attorney to prepare, review and negotiate the best possible business contracts for our clients. Our professionals are highly skilled, often having diverse backgrounds in technology, business and contract law, which enables us to offer clients a unique and diverse wealth of knowledge and expertise. Whether you need assistance preparing or negotiating a contract, or need to settle a contract dispute, the contract lawyers at the Law Offices of Kenechi R. Agu are ready and available to help make the most of your business contracts.