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(813) 214-8555

Tampa,  Florida

Illinois

(630) 517-5529

Oak Brook, Illinois

Contracts

Our business law attorneys in Illinois and Florida help our business clients draft, strategize, and negotiate their business contracts. Whether you are a business that needs help with contracts for your own clients, or working on a business-to-business (B2B) contract that helps your business grow.

We help clients with a variety of contracts including asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, SAFE agreements, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), non-solicitation agreements, non-compete agreements, and more.

Serving in Illinois: Oak Brook, Burr Ridge, Naperville, Hinsdale, Lombard, Addison, Downers Grove, Oak Park, Darien, Chicago, Lisle, Westmont, Willowbrook, Clarendon Hills, and the Chicagoland Area.

Serving in Florida: Tampa, South Tampa, New Tampa, Wesley Chapel, Odessa, Lutz, and the general Tampa area.

What is an asset purchase agreement?

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When buying a business, an asset purchase agreement (APA) is the contract under which a seller transfers some or all the company’s assets to a buyer. This legal document outlines the price, terms, conditions, and warranties of the deal.  With an asset purchase agreement (also known as an “asset transfer agreement”), the company sells only […]

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What To Know About A Legally-Binding Contract

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When it comes to business, contracts are going to be a focus, especially if you have connected with clients and other businesses. When establishing a contract, it’s important to do everything you can to reduce risk and make sure that all parties involved understand their duties and responsibilities. Whether you are just starting your business

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What is a Contract Review? How to review a contract

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What is a contract review? A contract review is the process of thoroughly examining the key provisions of an agreement. The objective of a contract review is to confirm the enforceability of the contract and ensure it has fair and reasonable terms.  The review process may involve identifying potential risks and liabilities, recommending modifications, and

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What is a commercial contract?

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What is a commercial contract? Commercial contracts are legally binding agreements that govern business transactions between two or more parties. Commercial agreements, also called “B2B” or “business-to-business” contracts, will establish the terms of a business relationship and any commercial activity related to the ones listed below: Mergers and acquisitions Supply of goods and services Sale

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Transactional Law

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What is transactional law? Transactional law refers to the legal practices that guide commercial dealings between businesses and other companies, individuals, or organizations. This area of business law governs the planning, negotiation, and document drafting related to the transfer of goods, services, or financial assets in return for money.  Transactional law focuses on the formation,

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The Importance of a Restaurant Partnership Agreement

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When starting a restaurant, restaurant business owners should be careful to write up proper written agreements at the very beginning. One common mistake is that business partners will wait until the restaurant opens before they write a written partnership agreement (if they write one at all). The problem with waiting is that by the time

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Contract Red Flags

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No one likes to feel like they’ve been taken for a ride—especially in business and when your valuable time and money are at stake. So what are some common “red flags” in a business transaction or contract? Here are the most common contract red flags: Poor formatting and bad writing. You don’t need even need

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