Contract Review: A Necessity In Any Successful Business

Commercial construction contracts are among the most complex transactional documents in business today. Effective review and negotiation of construction contracts require comprehensive knowledge of the construction process and project life cycle that only skilled and experienced construction counsel can deliver. Addressing key contract points at the start of a project can help to ensure that, if trouble arises, fair and equitable results are more easily achieved. And, while we have a solid record for negotiating construction contracts, we routinely assist our clients with other business and transactional documents.

Our transactional attorneys bring to bear extensive expertise in drafting, reviewing, negotiating and obtaining favorable terms and conditions to offset the harsh language found in today’s commercial transaction documents. We also assist our clients with documents such as:

  • Real estate and leasing agreements
  • Employment agreements, including noncompete and nondisclosure agreements
  • Development contracts
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Asset and stock purchase and sale agreements
  • Business mergers and acquisitions

Covering All Aspects Of Projects; Avoiding Disputes

With more than two decades of experience, our lawyers provide thorough transactional legal drafting, review and negotiations of your contracts and advocate for the proper application and interpretation of the terms within them.

Contract review is a necessary and proactive approach to business. A solid contract will effectively and efficiently reduce risk and protect your rights.

We Understand Contract Negotiation, So Call Us Now

Protecting your business includes solid knowledge and skills in contract negotiation and contract review. An experienced construction law attorney can help. Cutler-Smith, P.C., in Dallas has guided many clients in North Texas in getting the details right in contracts. A good contract can minimize problems, and our knowledgeable law firm will provide the advice you need. Contact us now for a consultation at 214-219-0800.