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Contract Law

A contract – an exchange of promises between two or more parties to do or refrain from doing an act which is enforceable in a court of law – can touch upon almost every subject matter. In business, there are contracts that are common to most companies and sometimes use relatively standard contract language, and then there are contracts that are unique to a particular industry or situation. No two contracts are exactly alike. Contract Negotiations In our practice of contract law, Weiss Attorneys at Law, carefully and fully documents the parties’ objectives, the “basis of the bargain,” and we also provide for those issues to which little, if any, thought has been given by the parties. These issues include defining what constitutes an event of default, cure periods, if any, termination rights, resort to alternative dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration) or to courts, venue for resolving any dispute, availability of recovering a party’s attorneys’ fees and a plethora of other issues, both of general nature and content-specific terms. We provide employment, distributorship, franchise, sales, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements to protect our clients. Our experienced lawyers have drafted contracts covering numerous situations in a wide variety of industries. Seeking out experienced counsel such as Weiss Attorneys at Law can help you achieve and secure your objectives for any contract negotiation. This is a sampling of the contract law services Weiss Attorneys at Law provides to small- and medium-sized businesses and individuals:

Contract Law Articles

Liability of Successor-in-Interest for Assessments

The Missouri Court of Appeals recently addressed a condominium declaration’s provision that purportedly obligated a successor-in-interest to a unit to remain liable for the prior owner’s unpaid condominium assessments. In that case, the condominium association... read more

Shhh…Can You Keep a Secret?

Recently enacted federal “Defend Trade Secrets Act “ includes whistleblower protection not previously afforded by state law. On May 11, 2016 the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) was signed into law and became immediately effective to protect misappropriation of trade... read more

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