Boise Contract Lawyers

Contracts are a critical aspect in any business, and the careful drafting of these documents can assist business owners in avoiding costly disputes in the future. Preventing future problems and ensuring that if problems do arise that you or your business is protected in the contract is vital. The contracts should achieve the following:

  1. Outline agreements clearly and without confusing wording or terms.
  2. List the remedies that the client has if the contracted firm or individual fails to uphold the terms of the contract.

A top business contract lawyer from Taylor Law provides the skill and experience to draft even the most complex contracts. These include:

  • Real estate and leasing
  • Construction
  • Sales
  • Distribution
  • Confidentiality and non-compete agreements (common in Employment and Consulting Agreements)

Contract Values

America is a great place to do business and succeed. Perhaps one of the most critical elements to the facilitation of such success is the contract. No matter your industry, field of specialization or the size of your company, contracts serve as an important way in which to protect your best interests during the course of business.

When a contract has been properly constructed and implemented, it carries the full weight of the law behind it, and when a breach of such an agreement takes place, Taylor Law is ready to represent your interests. Failure to do so could spell disaster for your bottom line.

Breach of Contract

Though contractual agreements vary widely in their nature and purpose, their basic goal is the provision of money, goods, actions, services, or promised refrain from action by one party to another. These items of value are called “consideration” in legal terms, and without them, a contract would not exist.

Perhaps a vendor has failed to meet an important deadline. Or maybe an employee has caused detriment to your company by breach of an employment contract or non-disclosure / non-compete agreement. From general contract disputes to tortious interference with a contract, your attorney can fight for your legally enforceable rights and best interests while you focus on moving your company forward.