December 17, 2018

Business Contract Lawyer

Solid, well-written contracts form part of the foundation for any successful business. Whether your business relies on contracts outlining the terms and conditions of a price quote, a user agreement on a website, the terms of purchase of products or long-range vendor, service or distribution agreements, the language of a contract must be specific and protect the rights of the participating parties.

If you are a business owner or operator in Texas, let one of our experienced business attorneys draft your contract for you, or, if you need a review of an existing contract, let us review it before you sign so that we can discuss your contractual obligations. We are a team of business transaction and litigation professionals who can help you understand how a contract is likely to be interpreted by a court of law.

“Contractual disputes often arise out of poorly-worded documents, or because a party has not fully reviewed the provisions in the contract. We routinely provide everything from non-disclosure agreements to complex partnership/corporate contracts, and contract review.”

Attorneys can help you draft or revise a contract so that it is a solid, well-written document. If you are unsure of whether to sign a contract, it makes sense to have us review the language and explain how various provisions might impact your business.

We are ready to help you in all areas of business contract law, including:

  • Purchase and sales agreements: structured to protect your rights and financial interests.
  • Non-Compete and Non-Disclosure: structured to protect your trade secrets and other intellectual property.
  • Contracts in General: structured to protect your rights and property.

Breach of Contract Litigation and Cost-Effective Dispute Resolution
We provide efficient, cost-effective dispute resolution and litigation services for businesses involved in disputes and lawsuits involving contractual obligations, including intellectual property contracts, non-disclosure, and non-compete agreements.