Business and Commercial Law
After putting your own tireless effort into building up your business — including investing your time, money, heart, and soul — you won’t want to trust just any law firm to handle your business or commercial law matters. You need the services of an attorney with the experience required to achieve the most favorable result for you and your business.
At the Kaplan Law Practice, LLC in New York and New Jersey areas, our lawyers have decades of legal experience handling legal issues like yours. We see many diverse business law matters come across our desks. We pride ourselves on having the knowledge and expertise to help our clients achieve the best possible outcome for themselves, their families, and their businesses.
Business and Commercial Law Representation
The accomplished attorneys of Kaplan Law Practice, LLC can assist your businesses or commercial venture in resolving a broad range of legal issues, including:
- Business formation
- Buying and selling
- Contract disputes
- Dissolution and termination
- Non-compete agreements
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Partnership disputes
- Preparing operation and stockholder agreements
- Strategic business planning
- Trade secrets and intellectual property
We pride ourselves on giving impeccable service to our business clients. We strive to be accessible, prompt, communicative, and reliable. Our close-knit firm of experienced attorneys relies on one another and our support staff to create compelling business and commercial law solutions.
Business And Commercial Contracts
Here at Kaplan Law Practice, we are aware that business, and life in general, revolves around agreements, also known as contracts. A properly drafted agreement should serve as a road map and a guideline to future dealings between the parties to the contract. A detailed and well thought through contract helps to prevent disputes and litigation. In fact, civil disputes and court cases are brought about by terms that were omitted or adequately defined in the agreement that governed a particular transaction or relationship.
Here is a list of contracts that Kaplan Law can draft for you:
Business Law (includes international and domestic)
- Operating Agreements
- Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.
- Corporate formality documents
- Buy/Sell agreements
- All forms of purchase agreements
- Distribution agreements
- Manufacturing and Installation agreements
- contractor and service provider agreements
- Finder/Broker/Agency agreements
- All types of non-disclosure, non-compete agreements
- Commercial and Residential Leases
- Equipment rental
- All types of disclaimer agreements
- Construction and subcontractor agreements
- Deeds and Deed transfers (including recordation)
- Prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements
- Employment contracts
- Service level agreements
- Compensation agreements (including deferred compensation)
- Separation agreements
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Contracts are frequently drafted informally, without the assistance of legal counsel. That is a common mistake. Like any other legal field, contract laws in New York and New Jersey are complex and subject to interpretation and change. Depending on the subject matter of a specific agreement, a contract may need to contain provisions guided by legal principles not anchored in contract law.
Get the Legal Help You Need for Your Business or Commercial Venture
At Kaplan Law Practice, LLC, we strive to provide clients like you with outstanding legal solutions. We aim to offer extraordinary, uncompromising service. Our practical, efficient, and engaging approach to your representation includes maintaining the highest level of professionalism, integrity, and knowledge of business and commercial law.
Do yourself and your business a favor. Don’t become the next failure, closure, or bankruptcy — get an experienced and knowledgeable business lawyer to represent you in drafting agreements, negotiating, litigating, and much more. Call Kaplan Law Practice, LLC now and schedule your appointment to discuss your unique needs today.
The Importance Of Having A Proper Written Contract In Legal Matters
Contracts are the foundation of business relationships and transactions. Whether you’re a business owner, service provider, or consumer, understanding the importance of a proper written contract is essential for protecting your rights and interests. In this article, we will delve into the significance of well-drafted contracts, emphasizing the role they play in preventing disputes, promoting clarity, and ensuring legal compliance.
Clarity And Understanding
A well-drafted contract serves as a clear roadmap for the parties involved, outlining their respective rights and responsibilities. It ensures that all parties have a mutual understanding of the terms and conditions of the agreement. Clarity is key to avoiding misunderstandings, disagreements, and disputes that can lead to costly litigation.
Kaplan Law Practice is well-versed in crafting contracts that leave no room for ambiguity. The firm ensures that the language used is precise, unambiguous, and easy to comprehend, reducing the likelihood of disputes arising due to misunderstandings.
Protection Of Rights And Interests
One of the primary purposes of a contract is to safeguard the rights and interests of all parties involved. A well-drafted contract defines the rights and obligations of each party, specifying the remedies and consequences in case of a breach. This protection is essential in various contexts, from business agreements to real estate transactions.
Kaplan Law Practice specializes in tailoring contracts to meet the clients’ unique needs. By focusing on the specific concerns and goals of the clients, the firm creates contracts that offer maximum protection.
Prevention Of Disputes
A carefully crafted contract acts as a preventative measure against disputes and conflicts. It provides a mechanism for addressing issues before they escalate into costly legal battles. When disputes do arise, a well-structured contract often includes alternative dispute resolution clauses, such as mediation or arbitration, to help parties find amicable solutions without going to court.
Kaplan Law Practice has a track record of designing contracts with dispute resolution mechanisms that save clients time and money. These mechanisms can be instrumental in preserving business relationships.
Contracts are not just agreements between parties; they are also subject to various laws and regulations. A well-drafted contract takes into account legal requirements, ensuring that it complies with the applicable laws and regulations. Non-compliance can lead to legal consequences and potentially void the contract.
Kaplan Law Practice maintains a deep understanding of the legal landscape, ensuring that the contracts being drafted adhere to the relevant laws. This commitment to legal compliance shields the clients from unexpected legal challenges.
Adaptability And Flexibility
Business conditions and circumstances may change over time. A well-drafted contract should include provisions that allow for adjustments and modifications when needed. Kaplan Law Practice often incorporates flexibility into the contracts, enabling clients to adapt to changing situations without having to draft entirely new agreements.
Seeking Legal Advice
In the world of business and personal transactions, having a proper written contract is not just a formality; it is a critical component of safeguarding your rights and interests. The legal expertise of professionals like Kaplan Law Practice ensures that your contracts are not just pieces of paper, but comprehensive, protective, and legally sound documents.
When you enter into a contract, it’s vital to engage with legal experts who understand the intricacies of contract law and have a proven track record in crafting effective agreements. By doing so, you can minimize the risks of disputes, protect your rights, and ensure that your contracts remain a reliable foundation for successful transactions and relationships.