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Business Contracts Shouldn’t Be Downloaded or Repurposed

Business contracts are the foundation of successful transactions or relationships, and should never be downloaded, or copied and re-purposed from a previous business experience.  A contract establishes the complete basis of the relationship between the parties, the responsibility of each and the “benefit of the bargain” each expects to receive from the transaction or agreement.  Business contracts exist for two reasons: to memorialize an agreement between the parties, and to resolve disputes that might arise.  The clearer the contract, the less room there is for confusion, or dispute.  This is the challenge with business contracts that are downloaded from a legal forms site, or copied and re-used: they leave too much ambiguity which leads to expensive litigation when a challenge arises.

The experienced business contract attorneys at Allen Barron build business contracts that your company can rely on to manage transactions and relationships between:

A well crafted business contract does a lot more than capture the agreement between the parties.  It should establish key deliverables, time frames, and anticipate potential challenges that might arise along the way.  The business contract should clearly establish what happens when things don’t go as planned, and how the parties will resolve issues regarding contract interpretation, breach of contract, or areas of dispute.  Your contracts are the foundation that guides your company through every critical business function, resulting in successful outcomes and profitable transactions.

We invite you to contact our business contract attorneys for a free and substantial consultation at 866-631-3470.  Learn about the protections we build in to protect our clients, and the value that a well crafted business contract delivers over time for your business.  A small amount today prevents an exponentially larger amount from leaving your accounts later as a result of an employment dispute or business litigation.