The Los Angeles business contract attorneys of Simantob Law Group negotiate, create and review business contract for a myriad of transactions. We create business contracts for individuals, start-ups and established companies, in the greater Los Angeles area and throughout California. We have extensive experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating whatever document your business needs.
Doing business in California requires dealing with various documents and agreements. Many California business contracts are lengthy, complex, and full of legal boilerplate language that can lead to waiver of your rights. Having a Los Angeles business contract attorney on your side will ensure that your business contract reflects the agreed upon business terms and is protective of your rights.
Many types of business contracts are also regulated by state law. The statute of frauds found in California Civil Code § 1624 requires certain contracts to be in writing and signed by all parties. The California Commercial Code makes specific requirements for contracts for the sale of goods. Even the interpretation of contracts is legislated in California Civil Code §§ 1635 -1663. Our experienced business contract attorneys can ensure you have the right written agreement to protect your interests.
Whether you are starting or financing a new enterprise, hiring employees, dealing with third-party entities or involved in a business transaction, a solid, tailored California business contract can protect you and your company.
When your company is just starting, you may need legal guidance with these types of agreements with your business partners:
When you purchase an operating business instead of starting from the ground up, you may need legal guidance with drafting, review and negotiation of :
Some of the most important California business contracts involve employer-employee relationships. To avoid uncertainty and potential future liability, we advise business owners in relation to these employment agreements:
Whether your company is negotiating a business lease, purchase of a business real property, obtaining a loan, or entering a myriad business contracts with third parties, you need an experienced Los Angeles business contract attorney to protect your interests.
If your company needs a physical space (office, retail or industrial), this will be one of the most important business contracts you will negotiate. Our business contract attorneys advise, review, revise and negotiate the following agreements with respect to purchase or lease of space:
In relation our client’s financing needs and loans from banks and financial institutions, we are routinely hired to review, negotiate and revise the following:
We assist our clients with a myriad of business contracts with third parties, including but not limited to:
With so much at stake every time you sign a California business contract, you must understand the terms of the deal and be sure you have an enforceable contract to protect your legal rights. Working with an experienced Los Angeles business contract attorney in your corner can help you identify when contracts are needed to protect your interests, negotiate such contracts, and draft and review contracts for the benefit of you and your business.
Simantob Law Group’s experienced Los Angeles business contract attorneys have represented the business contract needs of individuals and companies from startups to regional and national U.S. corporations for over twenty years.
We understand our client’s business contract needs and goals. We address our client’s business contract issues and legal needs on a cost effective basis. In addition to discounted institutional hourly rates, we provide fixed fees to select clients. Our business contract legal services are an integral part of our full-service business legal services.
To learn more about our business contract legal services and having a dedicated senior Los Angeles business contract attorney handle your business contract legal needs, please feel free to contact us at (310) 281-0041 or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.