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Hiring A Business Law Attorney To Draft, Review And Enforce Your Company’s Contracts

No matter what type of products are sold or services are provided, a company regularly enters into many different kinds of contracts over the course of its regular business operations.

Prior to founding Artie Pennington Law Offices, PLLC, our attorney, Artie Pennington, was a businessman himself. With offices in Austin and Kyle, our firm reviews, counsels and advises businesses of all sizes on all types of business contracts.

Drafting Contracts, Negotiating The Terms Of An Agreement Or Navigating Contract Disputes

Whether it is a sale or purchase agreement, an employee agreement, a real estate contract or a lease agreement, the types of contracts a company may encounter can vary based on the type of business in which it engages.

No matter if you own a small business or are part of a larger company, it is always a good idea to have legal assistance when it comes to drafting contracts, reviewing agreements, negotiating terms or dealing with potential conflicts that can arise with existing contracts.

Contracts Require Attention To Detail

One of the primary functions of a contract is to anticipate the things that can go wrong over the course of that contract and related business dealings between both parties. As a business and intellectual property attorney, our attorney focuses on the intricate details and keeps an eye on the overall legal goals of his clients. This is especially true when he is drafting and negotiating contracts for his business clients.

Deciphering The Terms Of Commercial Contracts Or Agreements

Every contract that a company enters into has the potential to be legally binding and enforceable. It is important to understand all the terms of an agreement before signing a contract or agreement on behalf of your company.

A business law attorney can help you review a contract or agreement and ensure you are aware of all your obligations under that contract and negotiate alternative terms if necessary. A corporate lawyer will also think ahead and forecast potential problems that could arise in the future, which will help your company assess any possible risks associated with entering into the agreement.

Business Conflicts And Commercial Litigation

While a good contract will anticipate potential problems, it is impossible to predict everything that can transpire over the course of a business relationship. Occasionally, conflicts will arise. Sometimes, your business may need to enforce the terms of a contract because the other party isn’t doing what they promised. Other times, your company may want to get out of a contract because the original circumstances have changed.

If your company is facing potential conflicts or litigation, our trial attorney has the experience necessary to fight for your company’s rights.

Do You Need Corporate Counsel For Your Business Contracts? Call Today

Every company, no matter how big or small, needs an attorney they can go to when the need arises. Whether you need assistance drafting a contract, help reviewing a contract or would like advice on breaking or enforcing a contract, Artie Pennington Law Offices can offer guidance and assistance. Call us today at 512-982-1190 or reach out through our contact page to schedule your free initial consultation today.