Contract Reviews by Professional Contract Attorneys


In business, contracts are the guidelines by which we operate and agree. If you don’t understand a contract or if you sign one without truly reading it, you could be held responsible to operate your business in a particular way or to make certain actions and payments you weren’t aware of. Not following through on contracted obligations can be bad for business and bad for your bank account. This is why it’s imperative to hire a contract attorney to review any agreements you plan to enter into. At Northwest Business Law Group, we take the time to go through every client’s contract in detail and to ensure they know exactly what they’re getting into.


When you first have an idea, you may want to make sure nobody steals it by having a patent researched or by covering it with some type of trade secrets protection. Then, once you decide to form a company based on your idea, you’ll need to create a business plan and operating agreement. A business attorney can take care of all of these contract reviews. Also, as you gain clients and partners, you’ll need contract reviews for nondisclosure agreements, non-competition agreements, liability waivers, transactions, and more. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a company attorney at the ready. At Northwest Business Law Group, we can also perform lease reviews on both residential and commercial properties. As the economy and your business evolves, your attorney may recommend new strategies and contracts better suited to your new situation. This means you don’t have to wait until a contract becomes obsolete to find out about it or make changes.


We review many types of contracts, including, but not limited to:

Corporate Bylaws
Independent Contractor Agreements
Commercial Lease Agreements
Non-Competition Agreements
Non-Disclosure Agreements
Operating Agreements
Partnership Agreements
Secured Transactions
Service Agreements

Stop scanning your contracts and let a professional take a look. Whether you are a business in Seattle in Portland, our business attorneys serve both Oregon and Washington.

When you have a contract that needs to be reviewed, just call, email, or fill out our form to set up an appointment. We are happy to meet you at either or Portland or Seattle business law offices.