The Pitfalls of Vendor Contracts

When your company does business with vendors for goods or services, you need clear and well-drafted contracts to govern these relationships. Otherwise, you may be risking future headaches that could include supply disruptions and lawsuits. There are a number of situations and pitfalls arising out of poorly written vendor contracts you must act to prevent. Sloppy contract drafting or a lack of foresight could doom your company to legal troubles. The best way to avoid problems with vendor contracts is to have an experienced attorney draft and review your contracts. In the meantime, here are some common pitfalls businesses may face with their vendor contracts.


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How To Avoid A Business Divorce

Many people compare business partnerships to domestic ones, and it’s easy to see why. Just like marriage, a business takes a lot of dedication and hard work; and, breaking up can be hugely expensive. Business divorces can destroy a business and any assets you have spent years building. While business divorces are sometimes necessary and the best course of action, every effort should be made to avoid these costly breakups.


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Why You Need An Attorney To Draft Contracts

Many people conduct business without the help of an attorney. Oftentimes business dealings like transactions and agreements seem straightforward and simple to the layperson, but the reality is these matters have serious legal implications. Whether you are conducting business without a contract or are using a contract that was not drafted by an experienced attorney, you need to be aware of the risks you are facing.


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What To Consider When Drafting An Independent Contractor Agreement

The term ‘independent contractor’ is used widely; from popular ridesharing platforms to food delivery apps and many other services, contract work has become particularly popular when it comes to employment. With the increase in use of contract workers, it’s important for those considering hiring an independent contractor to know what should be included within an […]


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The Importance of a Non-Disclosure Agreement

Important information is often discussed during day-to-day business operations. Trade secrets, innovative ideas, and new projects can all help businesses maintain a competitive advantage. Many companies use non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to protect sensitive information. Understanding how these agreements work and what they entail can help keep important business information secure. An NDA is a legal […]


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