Contract Law: Review, Disputes, and Litigation
To help clients safeguard their interests now and in the future, Dolley Law, LLC offers contract drafting, review and litigation services. Contracts are important instruments that allow corporations and other business entities to operate and protect their interests through legally enforceable rights. Many contracts, even if they appear simple, can be complex documents that require legal advice to ensure the intent of the parties is accurately memorialized. In reviewing and drafting contracts, it is of paramount importance that the contracting parties mutually and fully understand their rights and obligations in most, if not all, reasonably foreseeable circumstances.
We prepare and review contracts to ensure that the contents of the agreement accurately reflect the intentions of the parties. This is a critical step all clients should take with the assistance of experienced legal counsel before entering into a contractual arrangement with another party. Drafting a contract well can help prevent disputes, breaches, and litigation.
The Firm provides its clients with large-firm contract law knowledge and litigation experience while offering smaller firm attention and affordable solutions. The attorneys at our Firm have drafted or reviewed a wide range of business contracts across a variety of industries and provided skilled legal counsel to parties involved in breach of contract litigation throughout the State of Missouri. The Firm further provides legal guidance to companies, partnerships and individuals involved in disputes arising from already existing contracts. We actively work with clients to resolve contract disputes, negotiate appropriate resolutions, or litigate contract disputes as necessary.
Types of Contracts We Prepare, Review, and Litigate
The attorneys at our Firm have provided counsel to businesses and individuals regarding the following types of agreements (and more):
- Employment agreements;
- Severance agreements;
- Non-compete agreements;
- Non-solicitation agreements;
- Partnership agreements;
- Operating agreements;
- Franchise agreements;
- Sales or commissions agreements;
- Construction-related agreements;
- Confidentiality agreements;
- Non-disclosure agreements;
- Settlement agreements;
- Arbitration agreements;
- Independent contractor agreements;
- Stock purchase agreements;
- Distribution agreements;
- Professional services contracts;
- Purchase and sale agreements.
To talk to an attorney of the Firm regarding a contract law matter, please contact our office by telephone at (314) 645-4100 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.