Contracts protect your business by describing the rights and responsibilities of the parties to the agreement. A well-written contract can reduce the number of disputes that arise, ensure that you get paid for the work you do, and provide a clear remedy if one party doesn’t hold up its end of the deal. Your business might need contracts for routine transactions, to protect confidential information, to describe employment relationships, or for leases and other major transactions. If there are any important deadlines in your agreements, such as renewal or termination notices, you or your attorney should have these as reminders on his or her calendar. If you would like to discuss any of these subjects, contact us for a free consultation.