A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two parties, whether those parties are business entities or consumers. Contracts are made up of enforceable terms that provide security for a wide range of agreements, including partnerships, employment, sales and leases, transactions, confidentiality agreements and indemnity and liability. Obtaining legal guidance for creating and negotiating contracts allows you to clearly define and understand your rights and obligations in the agreement. If a dispute arises, an attorney can represent your best interests during arbitration or litigation. At Hammers PC, I handle contract drafting, negotiation and enforcement for clients in the Newport Beach area and throughout California so that their rights under the contract terms are upheld.
I work to make sure the terms of your contract clearly reflect the wishes of all parties involved and the agreements that have been reached. A well-written contract can reduce the need for future litigation by clearly detailing the proper procedures in all foreseeable situations. At Hammers PC, I handle:
I am dedicated to helping you achieve the results you desire by ensuring the terms of the agreement protect your interests.
If one party to a contract does not live up to their side of the agreement, it can be considered a breach, allowing the other party to sue for any damages that resulted from the breach. These damages may account for physical goods and/or profits lost on sales that fell through, time wasted waiting for deliveries that did not arrive as promised, loss of reputation or other negative consequences. Whether you are seeking to enforce the terms of an agreement or you are accused of committing a breach of contract, I have the litigation skills to achieve a positive outcome.
If your company is in the process of drafting or negotiating a contract, or if a contract has been breached, it is wise to seek legal help promptly. Call Hammers PC today at 949-377-0296 or contact me online to schedule a consultation at my Newport Beach office.