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Category: Business Contracts

Can You Get Out of a Business Contract?

Atlanta Business Contracts Attorney

Generally, a business contract is legally binding once you sign it. If you do not perform according to its terms, you can be found liable for breach of contract. There may be three ways to “get out” of performing the contract. Having the Contract Declared Void There may have been an issue in signing that contract that could render…

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Should Your Contract be in Writing?

Atlanta General Contracts Attorney

Contracts are one area where it never pays to be informal. Not having everything reduced to writing can leave your business in serious risk and potentially cost a large amount of money. Even though it may seem like work at the time, having all of your contracts in writing will give you invaluable protection. It would be inaccurate to…

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Are You Thinking of Selling Your Business?

Marietta Business Transaction Lawyer

If a sale of your business may be in your future, you must start preparing early. There are numerous legal issues involved that require advanced planning. Having an expert team in place can help smooth the process. Prepare yourself for a long period before the deal closes that has its ups and downs. Have a Lawyer Review the Agreement…

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What is a Force Majeure Clause?

Force Majeure Clause

One way to think of a force majeure clause is as language in the contract that covers “stuff happens.” Sometimes, when you sign a contract, things beyond your control keep you from performing what you promised. You have every intention to perform according to the deal, but you simply cannot. This Clause Covers You During Disasters and Crisis These…

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Reasons to Have a Lawyer Review All Contracts

Dunwoody Business Contracts Attorney

Contracts are legal documents, and they have a binding effect on those who sign them. You are relying on someone else to do what is said in the document. If you fail to follow the contract yourself, you can be subject to a lawsuit. Before you sign the contract, you should have an experienced attorney review the entire document….

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Is an NDA Always a Good Idea?

contract attorney

An NDA is a non-disclosure agreement in which the signing parties generally agree not to disclose or reveal certain information they learn to outside parties. This is common in employment, where an employee will sign an NDA and agree not to disclose company secrets or proprietary information. This might include product formulas, client lists, processes, marketing strategies, and more….

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What Makes a Contract Unenforceable?

contract lawyer

One of the main characteristics of a civilized and democratic society is the freedom to contract – to come to an agreement with another to do (or not do) something. While you might have drafted the most intricate and bullet-proof of contracts, you cannot ensure that the other party will perform their end, and when they do not, a…

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Are Verbal Contracts Enforceable?

Atlanta contracts attorney

When you think of a contract, you likely think of a long, multi-page document that contains a significant amount of arcane legal wording. While it’s certainly true that many contracts are written, the reality is that a verbal agreement is just as enforceable under certain circumstances. Verbal Contracts and the Statute of Frauds So when are verbal contracts enforceable?…

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How a Business Transaction Can Go Wrong

Atlanta Business Transactions Attorney

Transactions are at the heart of business operations. Whether you are selling widgets to the general public, buying investment real estate, or buying and selling companies, transactions are what businesses fundamentally do. The outcome of these transactions can mean the difference between profitability and financial losses or even the continued existence of a business. As a result, it’s highly…

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Do You Need to Formally Renew Your Contracts?

business contracts attorney

Contracts are usually for a set duration. Two people promise to each do something for a period of time. Unless the contract specifically covers the situation, you are better off renewing your contract when it expires. Some contracts will have language that deals with extending. Many deals will carry options where one party has the legal right to exercise…

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