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When you need to prepare a contract or other legally binding document, work with an experienced lawyer from Manavi Law Group, APLC. Contract drafting is a both and art and a technical process. A good contract ensures that terms are clear and that the document satisfies all legal requirements. More importantly, it must put you in a position to avoid litigation if possible, or win at trial if litigation does commence.

Contract Drafting

Every contract and business transaction is unique and requires its own meticulous due diligence and legal research. After a consultation where we learn your needs, concerns and requirements a lawyer from Manavi Law Group, APLC can include the requisite elements to meet your objectives.

Experienced Contractual Review And Drafting For Your Business

Every contract and business transaction is unique and requires its own legal research. After a consultation where we learn your needs, concerns and requirements a lawyer from Manavi Law Group, APLC can include the requisite elements to meet your objectives.

Contractual drafting that anticipates issues and concerns can save your business money in the long-run. There are many types of contracts — some types which may be more suited for particular goals or purposes.

This page presents a general overview of some of the concerns we may address, it is not a comprehensive analysis nor is it responsive to your particular business needs or situation. However our team may utilize a number of contractual forms including:

  • Fixed price contracts – A fixed price contract is the classic contract type that is commonly utilized when costs are known or knowable at the outset. A variation of this contract type includes fixed price contracts with prospective and/or retroactive price determinations. The prospective version may establish an initial price that may be recalculated for subsequent dealings or shipments. The retroactive variety may establish a maximum price.
  • Cost contracts – When uncertainties make a fixed price contract impractical, a cost contract may provide an alternative basis.
  • Incentive contracts – When your business partner’s performance is paramount, certain behaviors can be encourage or discouraged by careful contractual drafting and negotiation. Areas that can typically be incentivized effectively include delivery date, production costs, and production quantity.
  • Time and materials contracts – Contracts of this type are often employed when the scope of the work is yet to be determined or otherwise not known. Monitoring for compliance can be especially noteworthy in a contract of this type.

There are many other types and forms of contracts that can be utilized depending on your business needs and goals. A Manavi Law Group, APLC attorney can guide your business through the drafting and negotiation process.

Enforce Contracts For Your Business

While most businesses uphold their end of a business agreement or contract, sometimes other considerations may take precedence. If you wish to attempt to enforce a contract, then an attorney can draft and dispatch demand letters informing the other party of your concerns and intent to litigate if the matter is not resolved to your satisfaction. Generally speaking, bringing a contractual dispute to the attention of an attorney early in the process provides for greater flexibility in solutions to your dispute.

Contract Drafting

Contractual Disputes And Breach Of Contract

While many good-faith business disputes can be worked-out or addressed through negotiation and compromise, some must be litigated. However, litigating without understanding the potential outcomes, scenarios, and interests that may be impacted is foolhardy and may endanger your company’s continued success.

Perhaps you are not sure which types of damages that you are entitled to receive or liable for under a contract. While the rights and obligations created by each contract are unique, there are certain classes of damages that are typically available when there is a breach. These can include:

  • Consequential damages – Those damages which are the foreseeable product of the breach can be ordered to be paid by the breaching party. Damages of this type can include costs for seeking a replacement, lost sales, and other foreseeable harms. Consequential damages often make-up the majority of an award.
  • Nominal damages – If there is a breach but no, or little, harm, the court may award nominal damages.
  • Punitive damages – In situations where there may have been willful or wanton conduct, the court may send a message by punishing the bad actor with punitive damages.
  • Liquidated damages – Some contracts may provide for damages in the contract itself. These damages may be required to be paid upon breach or as per the terms contained in the contract.

An experienced business lawyer can help you understand the full extent of your legal rights and obligations.

Put Our Contractual Experience To Work For Your Business

An experienced business attorney from Manavi Law Group, APLC can help you whether your company is entering a new business relationship, dealing with a breach of contract, or embroiled in ongoing litigation.

It is important for you to work with an attorney who has experience and will fight for you. A Manavi Law Group, APLC attorney can help you every step of the way. To schedule your confidential consultation with our firm, call (310) 879-5616 or contact us online today.

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