Contracts, commercial Leases, employment agreements & more
Whether you need a vendor contract, a commercial lease agreement, or an employee contract, we meet your business’ needs with well-written contracts that hold up to scrutiny.
In addition to drafting your documents, we also counsel you about contracts you’ve already signed and any rights and obligations under that agreement. Contact our experienced business attorneys and find that our expertise is integral to your daily business practices.
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Our experienced business attorneys keep your relationships on solid ground
Day-to-day business contracts and agreements form the basis of your relationships with clients, vendors, employees, and partners. Because your agreements keep everyone on the same page in business relationships, ensure they are legally binding contracts. Without an experienced business attorney writing your contracts, they may not hold up as enforceable in court.
You can lose money, time, and assets if there is a loophole in a contract that you did not foresee. Keep your business air-tight and protect yourself from those who would use bad faith in business with you. In the unfortunate event someone sues your company or you personally, we can tell you whether the case would hold up in court or not.
We act as your lifeline when disagreements arise. Only a qualified North Carolina business attorney can advise you about whether your agreements are enforceable contracts. In addition to drafting your documents, we also counsel you about contracts you’ve already signed and any rights and obligations under that agreement. As experienced business attorneys, our expertise is integral to your daily business practices.
We Protect Your Business
We understand that you need structure in your relationships with employees, vendors, and clients. In the past, a handshake was a person’s word, but these days, you must carefully consider the wording of your agreements to make them binding. When someone acts in bad faith, we help you stay prepared to defend your position.
As a business, going online to find DIY contracts may work sometimes, but each legal contract is a specific agreement between two different entities. Therefore, there is no one type of contract for all employee hiring or all commercial leases. Because contracts need exact wording, we individually tailor each contract to fit each unique relationship and situation your business faces.
We ensure your contracts and agreements make sense to all parties and are legally enforceable. Our contract to you is our commitment to thoroughly understand your business and meet your contractual needs so that your relationships thrive and you grow.
We Know Business
Whether you need a vendor contract, a commercial lease agreement, or an employee contract, we meet your business needs for well-written contracts that hold up in court when necessary. Our services include:
- Employment Agreements
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Service Agreements
- Vendor Agreements
- Partnership, Operating, and Shareholder Agreements
- Non-Compete Agreements and Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Business Sales
- Asset Purchase Agreements
- Escrow Agreements
- Service Contracts
- Employee Handbooks
- Stock Purchase Agreements
- Real Estate Leases
- Mechanics Liens
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Representing Parties to a Business
Your contracts must contain legal phases and content specific to the type of agreement you make. If you neglect to understand a legal term or leave out a crucial codicil, your contract could face the scrutiny of a judge.
Trust our experience in North Carolina business legalities. We act as a part of your team to protect and defend your interests at all times. Contact us today and get started protecting your business.
North Carolina Employment Law Attorneys
We act as outside counsel for some of the largest companies in the nation, but also actively represent small to medium sized businesses all over the Raleigh/Durham area. We represent clients statewide in North Carolina Employment Law matters, including:
- Severance Agreement Negotiation, Drafting, and Litigation
- Non-Compete Consultation, Drafting, and Litigation
- Employment Law Compliance
- Employee Handbook Consultation and Drafting
- Employment Contracts
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Service Contracts
- State or Federal Agency Audits
- Unemployment Matters
- Workers’ Compensation Penalties for Uninsured Employers
- Employment Disputes Arising Under Federal or North Carolina Law
- We also provide legal services in the form of Drafting, Review, Consultation, and Negotiation of Employment Agreements, Separation Agreements, Severance Pay, Non-Competes, and other Employment-related documents used to avoid litigation
Unemployment Cost Control
Our law firm has extensive experience representing businesses in Unemployment Appeal Hearings before the Division of Employment Security (formerly the Employment Security Commission).
By contesting unemployment claims, Employers can keep taxes down. When a former employee makes an unemployment claim, it can cost the employer thousands in tax dollars. We represent businesses at all levels, including:
- Filing of a response to an initial claim for unemployment
- Filing an appeal
- Representing a business in a hearing
- Filing higher authority appeals
- Taking cases to Superior Court for judicial review
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