Detail-Oriented Drafting, Review, Negotiation And Litigation Of Contracts
Contracts are utilized on a daily basis in order to keep a business running smoothly. However, many contracts are written in a legally dense language that can be very complex. To ensure that you know what you are presenting to another party or what you are about to sign, it is important to have a skilled attorney on your side.
At Albright, Stoddard, Warnick & Albright, our lawyers have a wealth of experience handling a wide range of business and commercial law issues, including contract matters, for small, medium- and large-sized businesses throughout the Las Vegas area.
Drafting And Review Of Contracts
When you come to us for the composition or review of a contract, we strive to help you understand how the contract can save your business money and potentially avoid disputes that can lead to costly litigation. Other benefits of having us draft and review your contracts include:
- We help you stay ahead of breach of contract issues.
- We spot unconscionable clauses and address those promptly.
- We can help you build in mediation or arbitration clauses that can help prevent protracted legal battles in the courtroom.
- A good contract can help you build long-term trust in the business community.
Negotiating The Terms Of A Contract
When the terms of a contract are not up to your standards or you are being asked to change the terms of a contract before another party signs, it is essential to have an attorney on your side. The back-and-forth negotiation that goes on when finalizing a contract can sometimes become complicated. Having a lawyer looking out for you is the best way to preserve your best interests throughout the negotiation process.
When the terms of a contract have been breached or another dispute arises over a contract and the matter cannot be settled, the case may progress to litigation. Whether the case is litigated outside of court or is heard by a judge, our team has the experience and insight needed to protect your rights and business in breach of contract or other contract litigation matters.