We aspire to be your outside business counsel to help you reduce your exposure when working with your customers, suppliers, landlords and other parties. Most businesses enter into contracts with the outside parties on a regular basis. However, it is important to understand that an attorney prepares a contract for the benefit of their client, not for the benefit of both parties. If you are required to sign someone else’s agreement, you need to not only understand the terms and conditions of the contract but you need to consider having additional language added or subtracted from the contract that may be needed to protect your interests. In addition, a business owner should consider having their own standard agreement to cover the products and services they provide to their customers to make sure their interests are protected. In addition to customer and supplier agreements, a business owner should consider an agreement with their employees and contractors and employees to prevent them from stealing their customers, their intellectual property or competing against you in the marketplace.



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