Our Cook County contract attorneys have the skill and experience to ensure that your interests are protected and minimize the potential for costly contract disputes. Our Cook County merger and acquisition attorneys can assist you with stock purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements, and merger contracts at cost-effective rates.
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Cook County Contract Attorneys
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Cook County merger and acquisition attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains some situations in which you should consult your contract lawyer.
In this article, our Cook County contract attorneys explain common situations in which you should consult your business attorney, including incorporation, employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, employee handbooks, leases, asset purchase agreements, stock sale agreements, and contract review.
Cook County contract lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains guaranteed maximimum price construction contracts.
In this article, our Cook County merger and acquisition attorneys explain the contract review process. When a client hires us to review a contract, our first priority is to ensure that the process is cost effective. We create a simple bullet point opinion letter to make the client aware of potential issues in the contract and then discuss it with the client. Then the client can make an informed decision as to which issues he or she would like to negotiate or redraft.
Cook County merger and acquisition lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to pick your contract attorney.
In this article, our Cook County contract attorneys explain the importance of including enforcement clauses in your contracts. Enforcement clauses provide that if the contract in question leads to a dispute, the prevailing party will be entitled to have the losing party pay their reasonable attorney fees. This is important in order to dissuade people from filing frivolous lawsuits, and in order to make meritorious lawsuits based on the contract economically feasible.