Stamford Business Contract Attorneys

Lawyers for Drafting and Review of Contracts in Fairfield County, Connecticut

Regardless of what type of enterprise you own or operate, contracts are a part of running a successful business. It is essential that the legal agreements you enter are thorough and ironclad so you and your company are protected. To do so, you want an experienced contracts attorney who is adept at creating the right contract for any given situation, and who, with a diligent review, can also ensure any contract you are given is in your best interests.

At the Law Offices of Peter V. Lathouris, LLC, we understand how important these binding legal documents are to any business. We custom design contracts that protect your bottom line and provide the best routes of enforcement if a party fails to live up to their contractual obligations. If there is a breach of contract, we will aggressively represent you in any legal action that becomes necessary. We also carefully analyze contracts received by clients to eliminate sources of potential conflict.

What Does a Contract Lawyer Do?

Contracts are utilized in virtually all areas of business, including employment, purchases, sales, services provided, and the protection of intellectual property rights. Whether in the creation of a document or the review of a contract, a skilled lawyer will know the framework and details necessary in various business contracts and how to make sure there are no problematic loopholes.

Contracts often utilized in business include:

As a trusted business and real estate attorney for more than three decades, Attorney Peter V. Lathouris has the experience and skill you can depend on when you need an effective and lasting contract. With Attorney Lathouris' impeccable knowledge of the law and local, state, and federal regulations, you can have ultimate confidence in your business agreement. As an aggressive negotiator, he can also help you secure more favorable contract terms or settle a contract dispute.

What Details Are in a Business Contract?

A contract must include personal and contact information about the parties involved, and whether they are individuals or business entities. It must also lay out what each party will gain from the transaction, including services to be rendered and money to be received. It should also detail all applicable terms and conditions that explain the rights and responsibilities of each party. This may include the duration of the agreement, when payments are due, and the exact type of service being provided. It can also include various legal remedies in case a party is found to be in breach of contract at any point during the life of the agreement.

Contact a Greenwich Business Lawyer

Every situation is different, so never rely on a business contract template for a critical legal document. With the Law Offices of Peter V. Lathouris, LLC, you get an accomplished contracts attorney who knows how to craft a business agreement that gives you peace of mind. For a free 30-minute consultation with a Norwalk contract lawyer, contact us today. We also serve clients in Darien, Danbury, Westport, and New Haven County.