Well-crafted contracts allow successful businesses to achieve their objectives and secure their long-term interests. Whether you sell services or products, your business’s viability relies on the terms you negotiate and the agreements you enter with contributing parties.
If your strength lies in operating your enterprise, what you do not know about this legal tool can limit your options and increase the opportunity for conflict. At Buechner Haffer Meyers & Koenig Co., LPA, we have a substantial business and corporate experience with contract design, negotiation and execution that we use to fulfill your goals.
Tailoring An Agreement That Secures Your Interests
For nearly four decades, our Cincinnati firm has written comprehensive contracts for owners and employers operating in various industries. We use our insight to create agreements that mitigate the legal risks owners face at any stage of the business life cycle.
Our lawyers draft contracts that facilitate transactions necessary for business startups, asset sales, acquisitions, wind downs and other actions. We customize agreements for matters that include:
- Partnership agreements, including operating agreements, bylaws and buy-sell agreements
- Employment contracts, including noncompete agreements, nondisclosure agreements (NDAs), trade secret agreements and severance contracts
- Lease agreements for commercial properties and equipment
- Financing agreements, purchase and sale agreements
- Vendor, supplier and manufacturing contracts
Our attorneys are intimately familiar with federal and state regulations concerned with governance and compliance. We are mindful of these codes when we recommend provisions and terms to include in your contracts.
Should an employee, partner or another party violate the terms of your agreement, our trial lawyers are prepared to represent your contract dispute in court. As a result, you can rest assured that your business interests will be protected throughout the duration of your contact.
Before You Sign, Talk To A Skilled Contract Attorney
Learn your options before you commit to a course of action or a business contract that does not benefit your interests. Call 513-579-1500 or email our firm to reach a qualified professional. We will respond promptly to your inquiry and schedule an informational assessment. We are licensed to assist clients in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Florida.