Solicitors for contracts
Contractual relationships are at the forefront of ensuring that your business runs efficiently and with clarity. The last thing your business needs is a contract dispute or uncertainty about where you stand.
If you need a contract drafted, a review of a contract offered to you or you need to understand the key terms, risks, important negotiating points and implications of a contract or have a dispute over a contract, please do get in contact.
We have experienced, practical and cost effective commercial lawyers in locations all around England & Wales, with more than 10 office locations in London alone. Choosing Taylor Rose means you will get the choice of the right lawyer with an understanding of your business type and size, located near you.
Our contract experience and services
We draft, negotiate and advise on a wide range of contracts including :-
- Terms and conditions specific to your business and industry.
- Agreements for selling goods which need to take into account statutory consumer rights.
- Service contracts.
- Business consultant contracts.
- IT and Software contracts.
- Intellectual property agreements such as SAAS or licence agreements.
- Distribution and agency agreements.
- Joint venture and collaboration agreements.
- Employment contracts.
- Directors Service agreements.
- Manufacturing contracts.
- Management agreements
- Marketing and events contracts.
- International contracts.
- Business sale and investment agreements.
- Updating existing contracts.
- Advice on terminating a contract.
Commercial contract risk areas
We use our experience to ensure you understand the risks, get the protection you need and that the contract works for you. Key areas to take notice of include :-
- where you have been sent a contract by a much bigger company who are insisting on the contract being on their terms.
- Industry norms.
- Ensuring you understand how Implied terms or variations can impact on a detailed written agreement.
- Exit rights and consequences.
- Any penalty clauses.
- Limitations or exclusions of liability.
- Contract clauses which create uncertainty such as reasonable or best endeavours terminology.
- Contract clauses which create obligations over which you do not have complete control.
- Warranty and indemnity clauses.