A business relationships no matter long term or short term are governed by written contracts. This is dictated by an interest in efficiency: although there is an initial expenditure of time and effort in creating the contract, the reduction in negotiation and disputes over the term of a well-written contract outweighs these initial costs. The process of contract formation also forces the parties to understand what they must give up to get what they want. This process results in more realistic expectations as to the risks and rewards of the transactions.
Zhang, Mingee & Associates will help our clients to write and/or review and/or negotiating all of the provisions of an agreement go well beyond what clients consider the ‘business deal’. We will help our client think through all the relevant issues that lie beneath the surface of the client’s business goals. We will ensure that our clients understand the impact that the contract will have on its business and its business relationships. We will protect our client’s interests by spotting and analyzing all of the potential issues that arise in connection with each element of the transaction. Our law attorneys represent business clients in a wide range of contract matters.
We can negotiate, write and review contract matters that include but not limited to:
- Commercial lease agreements
- Purchase-sell, Distribution contracts
- Non-compete agreements
- Employment contracts
- Commerical business formation
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Stock or asset purchase agreements
- Intellectual property agreements