Business contracts form the basis for most business and employment relationships.  They
    are the foundation that your business is built upon, and the quality and strength of those
    contracts will have a profound impact upon the ultimate success of your company.  
    Business contracts cover a broad range of internal and external issues.

    Entering into a contractual business relationship with another party is a serious task and
    should only be entered into after giving real thought about the relationship you want.
    Don't fall into the trap of entering into agreements haphazardly or with complete trust of
    the other party.

    The contract process is composed of two primary parts: Drafting and negotiations. A
    contract that is well drafted and goes through careful negotiations can form a strong
    basis for any business deal. At PHD Law Firm, we have honed our talents so that we can
    provide support throughout the contract process.

    Our Contract Lawyer can help you negotiate and draft your contracts with your
    customers, partner, landlord, vendors, and employees.  A properly drafted contract can
    help steer you clear of future litigation. We can also protect your interests if you enter a
    partnership with someone. Employee, salaries, profit/loss distributions are all areas that
    could lead to disagreement and dissolution of the partnership. We can negotiate and draft
    a written agreement detailing each person’s responsibilities to help minimise these future
    conflicts. Please contact us today to discuss your many options.
    Contract Review Checklist

    Contracts of any type should not be entered into lightly. They should be carefully reviewed
    by you and your business law attorney before you sign. All contracts should include these
    basic components:

Clear identification of the type of contract;

Identification of the parties entering into the contract;

Consideration of financial aspects and currency;

Explanation of representations and warranties;

Allocation of risk of loss and maintenance of insurance;

Conditions of the transaction;

Definitions of adequate performance;

Terms of the contract;

Allocation of risk;

Definition of default and curing period;

Remedies, limitation on liability and liquidated damage;

Hold harmless and indemnification;

Confidentiality and non-disclosure;

Non-compete covenants;

Guaranty of performance or payment;

Boilerplate provisions;

Signatures.
BUSINESS CONTRACTS