How Fresh Legal Perspective Can Help
How many times have you heard that you need to read everything before you sign it? Contracts are the lifeblood of business operations and growth, and it’s impossible to protect yourself and succeed without written agreements. But is your valuable time best spent reading and analyzing every line of every contract? Do you have the objectivity and expertise to understand what the provisions of an agreement may mean for your business now and in the future?
Consult an experienced business law attorney at Fresh Legal Perspective who can maximize your time and resources wisely by reviewing, drafting, and negotiating contracts for you and your business.
We can help you through the entire span of your business – from setting up your business with operating agreements, shareholder agreements, or bylaws; to preparing to have others work with you with employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, non-compete agreements, and confidentiality agreements; to expanding your business with purchase contracts, master service agreements, and lease agreements; to planning for your exit strategy with buy-sell agreements, asset purchase agreements, and stock purchase agreements.
Why Should a Business Lawyer Review and Draft Your Contracts?
Before you or your business execute a contract for the purchase, sale, or leasing of a property, an experienced business law attorney can review the terms and conditions of the contract to make you aware of the strengths and weaknesses of each provision, which terms to negotiate, how to negotiate those terms, and the short-term and long-term effects of certain provisions on your personal and business interests.
Every business transaction is different and inherently carries risk. A form is unlikely to address every circumstance that requires protection, and a form cannot give you legal advice. Using an attorney to draft the agreements will help minimize risk, protect your present and future goals, and provide the advice and customization needed during your business transaction.
Protecting Your Confidentiality and Intellectual Property
If you work in a highly sensitive field with confidential data, or if you are in the process of obtaining a trademark or patent, precautions should be taken to manage the disclosure and use of confidential data. Our firm can assist you by reviewing such precautions, such as executing non-compete or non-disclosure agreements with employees and contractors, so that you can protect confidentiality and retain all of your rights to your intellectual property.
This portion of the site is for informational purposes only. The content is not legal advice.