Ohio business owners deal with many different types of contracts every day. Anyone of these contracts can impair your property, financial, or legal rights. It is important to work with an experienced Canton contract review lawyer to protect your legal rights and financial interests in every contract your business executes. Learn more about the different types of contracts Ohio business owners commonly work with:
The heart of any business is the goods and services it provides to consumers. Many businesses execute a sales contract every time they do business with a customer. If your business makes small sales without executing sales contracts every time, you are still likely to use sales contracts with your vendors and suppliers. You are also likely to use the occasional customer sales contract on large or complicated orders. Whether your sales contracts are frequent or sporadic, and whether they are with suppliers or customers, your business can face liability and financial losses. This is why it is so important to have an attorney draft and review every sales contract your business uses.
Most businesses will deal with real estate contracts in one form or another. Some businesses rent sales premises, warehouses, and other necessary commercial lands. Other business owners choose to purchase these types of real estate instead of renting. And some business owners actively invest in real estate as part of their business model.
Regardless of how your business is involved in real estate, the contracts you execute can greatly impact the future of your business. Ambiguous or unenforceable contracts can impair your property rights or expose you to liability. In addition to these costs, you could face lost business if you are left without the necessary retail space, office space, or storage space in which to conduct business.
An employment contract can shield your company from liability. It can prevent allegations of employment law violations by serving as documentation that you did, in fact, follow all state and federal laws. But an employment contract that is not properly written could be unenforceable, and end up costing your business money. It could even accidentally become evidence that you violated employment laws.
State and federal laws are constantly changing, and employees’ workplace rights could be impaired by an employment contract that is not drafted properly. Do not run the risk of financial loss or legal liability. Work with a contract attorney to shield your business from liability and establish workable rules for your relationships with employees.
Business owners face many different types of liability every day. Your property, financial, and legal rights can be jeopardized by simple, everyday business operations. This is why it is important to consult with an attorney about all contracts that your business could (or should) execute. The experienced Canton contract review lawyers at Niekamp Weisensell Mutersbaugh & Mastrantonio, LLP have helped many business owners protect their legal interests. Contact us to schedule a consultation.
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