Planning for the future one draft at a time.
If you have a business, at some point you're going deal with contracts. Contracts help to build both your business and your business relationships. In the course of running your business, you will likely sign leases for things like office space, equipment, and even software. You may also enter into Master Service Agreements, Vendor Agreements, and Non-disclosure Agreements. Regardless of the scope and context of an agreement, you should have an attorney review it before you sign, to make sure you are protecting your business’ interests. In many cases, a bad contract can be even worse than no contract.
Summit Law Solutions can help with the following type of Agreements:
- Master Service Agreements
- Website Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies
- Vendor Agreements
- Commercial Agreements
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Purchase Agreements
- SAAS Agreements
- Technology Contracts
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Employment Agreements
- Employment Separation Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Service Contracts
- Licensing Agreements
If you don't see a particular contract on this list, contact us for more information. If we don't handle that type of agreement, chances are we know someone who can take care of you.