At Olympic Legal, we understand business and we understand business law. Let us handle your contract peace of mind while you focus on your business, craft, art, or calling.
When drafting the contract, it is important to tailor the contract based on your needs. Further, words in the contract could be misconstrued. Well written contracts minimize or prevent disputes, thus allowing you to run your business smoothly and to focus on what you love to do.
You are presented with a business opportunity, a lucrative deal; all you need to do is sign on the dotted line of a "boilerplate" or "standard" contract offered by the other side. Sound familiar? Wouldn't it be better if you consult with a knowledgeable business lawyer to review the contract before you sign it so that you know what you are getting into, or better yet, to have your lawyer revise key phrases or terms so that you can obtain the better side of the bargain?
In a deal, parties on both sides use their influence to obtain the most for their side of the contract. By negotiating the terms of the contract, we will bargain with your best interests in mind. Further, we will negotiate a remedy in case there is a breach. Negotiating breach terms will prevent and save valuable expense and time in the future.
In a business setting, contracts address serious rights and obligations. While parties often focus on terms such as price, they often fail to address key issues such as dispute resolution (i.e. litigation or arbitration), termination (when, how), insurance (general liability, property, life), indemnity (for who, how much), or formalities (signing by multiple parties in different locations and on different dates). We can help with clear contract language, and comprehensive terms, and attention to all the necessary formalities.
We work hard to keep our overhead costs low, passing the savings on to our clients. We will be happy to provide a quote for our services or a flat fee estimate over the phone. You may also request a Skype or FaceTime video consultation if you cannot come to our office.