A lot goes into owning and operating a business. Even with a well-established company, there are numerous facets dealt with in the normal course of business. Whether it is hiring an employee, contracting with another business, making a sale or undergoing a merger or acquisition, they all require legal documents.
As such, when issues arise prior to, during or after the culmination of business being conducted, this could give rise to a legal matter. And in the interest of the business, it might be best suited if a resolution is negotiated.
Business contracts are a major component of running a business. The law firm of Katzman & Katzman, P.C. knows firsthand how important a sound contract is. However, our attorneys know that issues could arise in all phases of a contract. Thus, our legal team is experienced in all areas of contract law.
Whether you need help drafting a contract, negotiating the terms of a contract before it is signed or resolving a dispute after a breach, a legal professional can help you understand your options and guide you towards a favorable resolution.
Finding a favorable resolution
Each party to a contract has rights. Similarly, each party likely wants to avoid litigating a contract dispute. As such, contract negotiation is often a favorable option. Whether you are dealing with a lease agreement, a noncompete agreement, employment contract, severance agreement, shareholder agreements, service contracts or a buy-sell agreement, you have the ability to protect your rights when drafting, entering or enforcing a contract.
Contract disputes can be complex and could potentially disrupt business operations. Therefore, it is important that you are aware of your options to resolve the matter, allowing you to act in the best interest of the company.