Contracts are the core of every business deal and decision.
They affect every aspect of a company, from the employees and internal operations to vendors and commercial deals.
Contracts set the terms to an agreement, outline rules and expectations, and hold parties accountable to uphold their end of the bargain.
By hiring an experienced contract attorney to help your business, you are protecting your company from being taken advantage of and giving your business a competitive advantage.
At the law firm of BrewerLong, our knowledgeable contracts law attorneys have years of experience zealously advocating on behalf of our business clients by drafting, negotiating, reviewing, and finalizing contracts that put these companies in the best possible position to succeed.
Call the office or contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your contract needs.
Contract Law Services Our Office Provides
From contract negotiations and disputes to breach of contract lawsuits, our experienced contract law attorneys are prepared to represent your business with a wide range of legal services.
Our level of experience allows us to craft contract documents that protect your interests and place you at a competitive advantage. We review existing contracts, suggest modifications, negotiate terms, and resolve disputes between contracted parties.
BrewerLong attorneys have experience representing contract parties on both sides of the table, so whatever your contract law needs we have you covered.
Our attorneys provide five main categories of contract law services:
- Contract Preparation and Drafting
- Legal Document and Contract Review
- Contract Negotiation
- Contract Dispute Resolution and Litigation
- Breach of Contract Lawsuit Claims
Our scope of legal services cover the lifespan of a contract deal from creation to completion and are here to represent you if there are any issues that arise along the way.
BrewerLong contract attorneys handle a wide range of contract law matters for our clients throughout Orlando, including but not limited to, the following:
- Asset and stock purchase agreements
- Business purchase and sale agreements
- Commercial real estate leases
- Company formation documents
- Disclosure and confidentiality agreements
- Employment contracts
- Founder agreements
- Franchisee and franchisor agreements
- Joint venture agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Non-company formation documents
- Non-compete agreements
- Operating agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Real estate and construction contracts
- Reseller and distribution agreements
- Sales and purchase agreements
- Service contracts
- Severance agreements
- Stock purchase and sale agreements
- Vendor contracts, and more.
Speak with one of our skilled contract law attorneys today at BrewerLong to learn more about how we can help your business succeed.
1. Contract Preparation and Drafting
Proper contract preparation and drafting is the first step to ensuring that your interests are protected in an agreement. Contract drafting also clearly outlines the terms of the deal as you understand it and makes sure that no important details are omitted from the contract.
In addition, by drafting a formal contract to solidify an agreement, you get the peace of mind knowing that the deal is legally enforceable and that a court remedy is available if one side fails to live up to their end of the bargain.
2. Legal Document and Contract Review
The number of contracts that a business enters into can be staggering, and while most contracts come with standard terms and conditions, occasionally a contract comes with unique aspects that need to be reviewed.
Having an attorney review your contracts ensures that:
- your interests are always protected,
- that the contract says what it is supposed to,
- and that another party is not trying to take advantage of your business by placing an undue burden on your side of the agreement.
3. Contract Negotiation
It is critical to the success of your business that you get the most advantageous terms in every contract deal.
An experienced contract law attorney is in the best position to negotiate terms and place your business in the best position possible to succeed.
Contract attorneys also understand the law and how certain clauses in a contract will be interpreted by the court if a dispute arises later.
The more complex the arrangement, the more important it is that you have an experienced contract law attorney negotiate your deal.
4. Contract Dispute Resolution and Breach of Contract Claims
Despite all best planning and efforts, occasionally contract disputes will come up in the course of your business. Usually, this involves one or both sides accusing the other of breach of contract, and the litigation fallout can cost a significant amount of time, money, and stress to your business.
Contract attorneys have a number of options to resolve contract disputes, from alternative methods like mediation and arbitration to full litigation in a court of law. Do not try to settle a dispute all alone, and let the contract law attorneys at BrewerLong help.
Why a Contract Attorney is Important
Every day, businesses of all sizes enter into a number of contracts. Contracts are the cornerstone of every company and what allows it to function and prosper.
However, in order for a business to operate properly, all parties involved in these contracts must follow through on their promise to deliver the terms of the agreement.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case. When issues with contracts arise, you need an attorney experienced in contract law by your side representing your best interests in the deal.
By hiring an experienced contract law attorney like those at BrewerLong from the onset of your contract needs, you protect your business interests with well-constructed agreements in addition to saving time, money, and stress if a dispute arises in a contract disagreement.
In addition, if you are entering into a contract written by another party, a contract law attorney can review the terms and negotiate on your behalf. Not all contracts are well written or have your best interests at heart.
A contract law attorney can explain the terms, provide advice on how to proceed, and answer any other questions you might have about a potential contract for your company. We can explain how an overall contract, or provisions within the deal, can affect or impact your business if you choose to enter into the agreement.
Let our years of experience in contract law work for you.
Contact BrewerLong Today
If you would like for skilled contract law attorneys to help your company succeed, call or contact BrewerLong today. Schedule an appointment with one of our experienced contract law attorneys to learn more about how our legal services can meet your legal needs.