Protecting Business Interests Through Contracts

A business relies on contracts to further its goals while protecting the best interests of the business. When you need assistance with a contractual matter, you can rely on the experienced attorneys at the Pope Law Firm, PLLC. Our attorneys draft, review, negotiate and enforce contracts for entrepreneurs and professionals throughout Buffalo and Western New York in a wide range of industries.

Discuss your contract needs with a lawyer during a consultation. To schedule yours, call (716) 634-3320.

A Comprehensive Contract Prevents Problems

Although contracts are used consistently in business transactions, they are not always used effectively. Most problems stem from lack of clarity and understanding. Careful and detailed drafting can avoid potential legal problems later.

A thorough contract documents and structures each party’s role in a business transaction while complying with any regulatory requirements, addressing potential problems and outlining acceptable solutions. When drafting and reviewing contracts, we try to view the transaction from all angles to ensure a smooth process from start to finish. We can assist you with:

  • Employment contracts
  • Vendor agreements
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Sale and purchase agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Operating agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Contract disputes
  • Contract reviews

Handling All Your Contractual Needs

In addition to contract drafting, we also facilitate contract negotiations and can help with collections and enforcement of obligation in the event of a dispute or breach. To avoid inadvertently jeopardizing your business interests, do not sign anything without legal review.

Our lawyers have a strong track record for successfully protecting the business interests of our clients with methodically drafted contracts and diligent contract reviews. To schedule an appointment to discuss your contract needs with one of our lawyers, please contact us or call (716) 634-3320. Offices in Williamsville, Lockport, Buffalo and Niagara Falls.