Professional Contract and Agreement Drafting
There are many places to find free contract templates online. Unfortunately, because these are only templates, they are not customized to your situation or industry. Instead, they tend to be blanket statements commonly used by others, but they are not necessary the best for your business. It’s important to have your important agreements drawn up by a business attorney. This way, you can be sure all the necessary language has been included and that there are no loopholes that could get you in trouble down the road. It’s also a good idea to discuss the scope of any transaction that requires a contract or written agreement, because a business attorney might be able to offer expert advice that will help you come out on top.
Types of Contracts
If you run any kind of creative or technical enterprise, you’ll likely need intellectual property protection. Also, as your business and customer base grows, you’ll need language for nondisclosure agreements, noncompetition agreements, liability waivers, bylaws, operating agreements, and more. At Northwest Business Law Group, we can review contracts presented to you and draft agreements for you to present to others. Come in for a free consultation to find out what kind of contract or agreement best fits your needs and what we can do to help.
Once we’ve drafted your business contract, we are available to enforce it as well. Should an employee, partner, or vendor violate your agreement, our contract attorneys will put a stop to it. We have experienced with contract litigation and will take the offense to protect your brand and assets both in and out of court. As your company attorney, we’ll keep you informed about important law changes that impact the strength of your contracts. This way, no matter what state or what year, your terms will be enforceable.
What Kind of Business Contract Do You Need?
We can help you with a variety of contracts, including, but not limited to:
- Breach of Contract
- Corporate Bylaws
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Lease Reviews
- Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
- Non-Competition Agreements
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Secured Transactions
- Service Agreements
- Trade Dress and Trademark Infringement
Speak with a Contract Lawyer in Seattle or Portland
If you’re not sure what kind of contract you need, a contract lawyer can advise you. We will take into consideration your business and transactional goals and recommend the most appropriate form of contract from there. Schedule a consultation and find out how our contract law services can help you.
Related Contract Law Services
If you’re on the receiving end of a contract, it’s a good idea to have a business lawyer review the terms. Find out how to make sure an agreement is sound before signing on the dotted line.
Defending & Enforcing Non-Competition Agreements
If you already have a contract like a non-compete agreement in place, we can help you enforce it. We can also come to your legal defense if you’re faced with a non-competition agreement lawsuit.
Breach of Contract
If you’ve been accused of violating an agreement and suspect that someone has breached one of your business contracts, take steps to protect your company. Our business litigation attorneys in Seattle and Portland can help you defend and enforce breach of contract cases.
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