When it comes to a business enterprise's written contracts, it's all about promoting the upside and minimizing risks to safeguard against adverse outcomes.
And as for a proven attorney's role in effecting those aims, it is crystal clear and prominently stated on our website at the established Washington, D.C., metro business and commercial law firm of David, Brody & Dondershine, LLP.
We stress therein that seasoned legal counsel will resolutely seek in all matters to "carefully draft and review contracts to avoid any pitfalls that could put you at risk and work to negotiate terms that put you in the best possible position."
A knowledgeable and client-empathetic business attorney will unstintingly exert the same careful and exacting effort regarding all contracts, whatever they relate to.
And, truly, the contract universe is wide. As we note on our site, we routinely help diverse clientele through the work we do in matters including the following:
- Purchase/sale transactions
- Property/equipment leases
- Employment agreements
- Financing and security
- Partnership and shareholder agreements
- Joint ventures
And that bullet-point list is merely representative of our work, which additionally addresses many other matters for our valued clients.
A recent business law article underscores an additional focal point of advocacy efforts that are centrally important in our firm, namely, the protection of clients' confidential data and proprietary company information and know-how through careful drafting of non-disclosure agreements.
Company principals across the country routinely execute such contracts in matters involving their release of key internal data to third parties for various business reasons. Obviously, the terms and conditions relevant to that release must be carefully set forth and include ironclad protections against infringement.
So-called NDAs can be among the most important of all business agreements. Company managers with questions or concerns regarding such contracts and the key role they play can consult with proven business attorneys possessing a deep well of experience negotiating, drafting and enforcing non-disclosure agreements.