Longview Contract Attorneys: Negotiating, Drafting And Enforcement
Contracts – including the negotiation, drafting and enforcement of them – are required as an everyday part of the business world. Our contract attorneys at Boon Calk Echols Coleman & Goolsby PLLC, in Longview, assist businesses with all legal matters relating to contracts and the disputes that arise from them.
The Many Types Of Business Contracts And Agreements
In the course of business, a wide variety of contracts are utilized for a number of different reasons. Our contract lawyers regularly deal with the following types of contracts:
- Lease agreements and real estate contracts
- Noncompete agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Employment agreements
- Purchase orders
- Partnership agreements
- Contractor agreements
- Contract agreements with government agencies
Contracts are used between parties to set forth the terms, expectations and responsibilities of an agreement between the parties. For example, a purchase order will set forth the price, the agreed-upon delivery date, and any terms for the receipt and sale of the goods. It may even address what to do in the event of delays or a failure to pay. Our experienced attorneys negotiate the terms of an agreement or contract on behalf of our clients and draft the relevant documents needed to execute various types of agreements.
When Contracts Cause Conflicts
Generally, contracts outline and identify the terms of a business relationship or agreement. By design, a good contract will anticipate and address potential conflicts in advance and outline possible scenarios so that there are no unexpected surprises for each party. However, no matter how well a contract is drafted, unanticipated problems can still arise. When they do, our commercial litigation attorneys can negotiate the terms of a settlement or represent your company in mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Often, contracts have clauses requiring an attempt at mediation in the event of a dispute before proceeding to more formal means of resolution, such as arbitration or litigation. In the event a settlement cannot be reached, our seasoned litigators are fully prepared to go to trial if necessary and argue your case with a trial strategy based on our decades of litigation experience.
Contact A Contract Lawyer Today
Whatever your business needs may be, our contract and commercial litigation attorneys can advise you on an appropriate legal strategy. Our firm offers a free initial consultation. Please call us today at 903-704-0592 or send us an email to schedule your free appointment.