Commercial contracts are the foundation of any business. Not only do they dictate how your business will operate, but they also serve to manage relationships with suppliers and customers, as well as protecting you should anything go wrong.
Our team of experienced Commercial Contract lawyers are on hand to help you to get the right commercial agreements in place right from the start. We have experience advising a wide range of businesses on commercial contracts and can work with companies of all sizes across the South West.
Experienced commercial lawyers you can rely on
Do you have commercial agreements in place? If you don’t have commercial contracts in place, then you’re not alone. Many companies operate without having paid thought to what might happen if things go wrong. You may be happy with the relationship you have with customers and suppliers at the moment. However, it may not always be that way.
The result of a breakdown in the commercial relationship could be an expensive and time-consuming legal battle. Why not save yourself these headaches in the future by having some commercial contracts drawn up? Having a firm agreement in place will help to manage the relationship from the start. It will also ensure that there is a clear mutual understanding between all parties.
Many commercial disputes stem from a simple misunderstanding by one party or the other. Typically, this is concerned with agreements and contracts, rather than being something more malicious. However, this makes the disputes no less painful, particularly if each party is adamant that they are right, and there is no clear evidence to prove it one way or the other.
Here are just some examples of commercial contracts that might be necessary for your business:
- Agency Agreements
- Distribution Agreements
- Franchising Agreements
- Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreements
- Outsourcing Agreements
- Purchase Contracts
- Settlement Agreements
- Sponsorship Agreements
- Supply of Goods and Services
- Terms and Conditions
- IT Agreements
- Software and other IP Licensing
Why choose Nash & Co Solicitors?
We will work closely with you to identify which commercial contracts would be necessary for you to have. Once this has been established, we’ll then write the agreements for you. In doing so, we’ll consult closely with expert lawyers from our Employment Law, Corporate Law, and Commercial Property teams. This allows us to ensure that you are fully protected, and every possible aspect is considered.
Our advice is always pragmatic, practical and commercially focused. Our Commercial Lawyers take the time to learn what your business goals and objectives are. Once we understand your needs, we’ll work to help you achieve them.
Find out more
If you’d like to discuss the requirements of your commercial contracts with us, please get in touch with Austin Blackburn. You can reach our Commercial Law team by phone on 01752 827125 or by email at [email protected].
Alternatively, you can request a call back from any of our solicitors in Plymouth by submitting our contact form.