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Contracts are a big part of doing business, but contract law can be confusing and many questions may arise. What exactly constitutes “breach of contract”? Should construction contracts be in writing? Can another party’s silence mean acceptance? Is an advertisement considered an offer?

Whether written or unwritten, a contract is legally binding. And contract problems can cause serious damage to your small business if handled incorrectly.


A business lawyer will help you prepare smart, legally defensible contracts including:

Sales Contracts

  • Bills of sale
  • Agreements
  • Purchase orders
  • Warranties
  • Security agreements

Employment Contracts

  • Agreements for employees, independent contractors, consultants, distributors, and sales representatives
  • Non-compete, confidentiality, nondisclosure, and separation agreements


  • Real property
  • Equipment

General Business Contracts

  • Franchise agreements
  • Advertising agency agreements
  • Indemnity agreements
  • Covenants not to sue
  • Settlement agreements
  • Releases
  • Assignments of contract
  • Stock purchase agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Agreements to sell a business


If you have a contract dispute with another party, a lawyer can resolve it. Whether it’s a disagreement over terms, or one side is delinquent in their responsibilities, a knowledgeable attorney will guide you through the mediation, arbitration, or lawsuit process.

Avoid the potential headaches and expense that poorly-drafted contracts can cause. Contact us now for a free consultation with an experienced attorney who will address the unique legal needs of your business and industry.