Whether you’re a business person or an entrepreneur, you may need various contracts or agreements to help support your business. Bailey Law Firm is your source of various legal and non-legal documents that you may need to support your business or venture.

We can draft, negotiate, review and advise on any type of contract:

Business

  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Stock Purchase Agreements
  • Business Contracts
  • Disclaimers / Releases
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)
  • Confidentiality Agreement
  • Investor Agreements
  • Supplier Agreements
  • Customer/Client Agreements
  • Lender Loan Documents
  • Agency Agreements
  • Distribution Contracts
  • Marketing Contracts 

Start-Ups

  • Incorporating Businesses (LLC, Corporations, etc.)
  • Business Contracts
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Disclaimers / Releases
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) / Confidentiality Agreement
  • Operating/Company Agreements,
  • Bylaws, Shareholder Agreements (have on different lines b/c relevant to different types of entities)
  • Partnership Agreements (Limited and General)
  • Investor Agreements
  • Supplier Agreements

Real Estate

  • Lender Loan Documents
  • Residential Real Estate Purchase Agreements
  • Commercial Real Estate Purchase Agreements
  • CMBS Origination
  • CMBS Assumption
  • Owner Financing
  • Residential Leases
  • Commercial Leases
  • Investor Agreements
  • Supplier Agreements

Online Businesses

  • Authoring / Modeling Agreements
  • Disclaimers / Releases
  • DMCA Policies
  • Infringement Letters
  • IP Licensing Agreement
  • Media Licensing Agreements
  • Privacy Policies
  • Software / Mobile App Licensing Agreements
  • Terms of Use
  • Web Development Agreements
  • Website Compliance Review

Employment

  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Employee Agreements
  • Employee Handbooks
  • Indemnification Agreements
  • Severance Agreements
  • Termination Agreements
  • Waivers
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Non-Compete agreements

Drafting Contracts

When drafting the contract, it is important to tailor the contract based on your wants and needs. Further, words in the contract could be misconstrued. When drafting a contract, we will be sure to clarify the terms of the contract to prevent burdensome responsibilities. It is our goal to avoid costly litigation. We draft contracts to provide a clear understanding of the promises each party has made and the conditions that must be met during the term of the contract.  We also work closely with our clients to make sure they understand their rights and obligations and, in particular, the implications of a breach.

There are several crucial reasons why having a clearly-written agreement and/or contract is important:

To prevent disputes – Having a well-defined contract can prevent disputes between the parties. All of the expectations between the parties should be thoroughly explained and include all elements of the transaction. A completed contract should give both parties conviction that they are entering an agreement that both sides are happy with. You should not be burdened with a contract and we will draft the contract to match your interests.

To establish the nature of the relationship and responsibilities of the contract – A well-written drafted contract will lay out and clearly define the parties’ intent and responsibilities under the terms of the contract.

To comply with legal requirements – Contracts must be in writing to be enforceable in courts. Oral contracts usually leave both sides flustered and in contempt. Even if the law does not explicitly require a written contract, a thoroughly written contract is the best way to enforce the contract. A written contract will prevent other factors and influences to affect the ultimate terms of the contract.

Reviewing Contracts

In many situations, our clients need a review of existing contracts to make certain business decisions. We review contracts before our clients sign to make sure it matches their needs. In reviewing the contract, we will make certain clients understand the stated obligations under the contract. If there are any uncertainty as to the duties under the contract, we will clarify that for you.

We also review our clients’ existing contracts to evaluate the implications on proposed business decisions and strategic planning.

Negotiating Contracts

Bailey Law Firm’s extensive experience in contract negotiations can help with all of your negotiations with your best interests in mind. Negotiating contract terms and conditions is often the key to developing a final set of terms that are acceptable and enforceable. By negotiating the terms of the contract, we will bargain with your best interests in mind. Your intentions, requirements, and expectations will be represented to the best of our capability. Your duties and obligations under the contract is important to us. You should not be forced  to sign away your rights before negotiating a fair understanding of the terms of the contract.

Further, we will negotiate a remedy in case there is a breach by either party. Negotiating breach terms will prevent and save valuable expense and time in the future.

We develop contract negotiating strategies to help our clients accomplish their overall business goals.

Revising Contracts

Bailey Law Firm amends and revises contracts to match the needs and circumstances of our clients. By carefully reviewing and revising the contract, we will revise the contract into a well-drafted, finalized, and advantageous contract to meet your needs.

In order to have a successful and efficient agreement, we will clearly define your needs. It is vital that we clearly and precisely set for your interests ahead of the other parties’. The key is to be consistent in the contract so there won’t be any confusion after the contract is signed.

Contact Us

Contracts and agreements can be complicated and confusing. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Our focus is to provide one-on-one assistance to businesses and entrepreneurs. Bailey Law Firm will help you secure your best business interests.

Having a competent contract attorney who will draft contracts to match your best interests is crucial to your overall success.