The question is often asked, “Do I need an attorney to review our business contracts before signing?” the short answer is yes. By engaging the services of a corporate attorney to review your business contracts, the minimal, upfront investment aids in mitigating a considerable loss of time and money in the future. When working with legally binding contracts, the omission or inclusion of specific verbiage can render performance and monetary terms of the contract unenforceable or voidable in a court of law.
Contracts should be clear and concise; any ambiguity presents the potential for misinterpretation or larger issues down the road. When initially drafted, contracts tend to be biased with protections leaning toward the best interest of the drafting party. Baker and Company work with clients to ensure their business agreements are clear & concise, legally binding, protect their interests, and mitigate potential liability.