Do I Need Business Contracts?

Business contracts allow two or more parties to align their interests and generate long-term value for all parties to the transaction. We play an essential role in ensuring parties do not inadvertently revert to a “zero-sum” mindset during negotiations and lose sight of this fundamental objective.

Clients choose our business attorneys to benefit from our ability to quickly understand the client’s business, as well as our previous experience and ability to engage, document and negotiate a deal that meets clients’ objectives and appropriately mitigates their risk. We help clients negotiate and agree to business contracts that are robust, pragmatic, workable, and lay the best foundations for a successful outcome.

Our business attorneys advise on the full spectrum of contracts including: 

Corporate Agreements

  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Operating Agreements
  • By-Laws
  • Shareholders’ Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Profit-Sharing Agreements
  • Joint Venture Contracts
  • Voting Agreements
  • Merger Agreements

Equity / Finance Agreements

  • Security Agreements
  • Investor Purchase Documents
  • Investor Questionnaires
  • Promissory Notes
  • Stock Purchase Contracts
  • Stock Option Agreements and Awards
  • Phantom Equity Plans
  • Private Placement Memos

Sales & Distribution Contracts

  • Distribution Agreements
  • Sales Agent Agreements
  • Value-Added Reseller Agreements
  • Reseller Agreements
  • Referral Partner Agreements
  • Manufacturing Agreements

Third-Party Agreements

  • Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Management Contracts
  • Work Made for Hire
  • Services Contracts
  • Master Service Agreements
  • General Releases
  • Settlement Agreements

How Can We Help?

We tailor the firm’s support to clients’ needs and budget while ensuring clients always have the benefit of our market experience. We align ourselves with the client’s business, and function as an extension of the client’s in-house legal team to deliver practical solutions to complex transactions, efficiently.

Contact us today to find out how our business attorneys can help your startup or small business avoid the legal pitfalls of poorly drafted agreements.