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A well-written contract can protect you and your business from lengthy and expensive litigation.

Due to the legal implications and complexities involved with a contract an experienced contract drafting attorney can be trusted to draft,  negotiate, and review contracts. Contracts help allocate risks, benefits, liabilities, and more between all involved parties. 

Contract drafting issues are often invisible to those who don't focus on them on a regular basis. Often, parties can create non-enforceable contracts by mistake. 

For over 25 years, the Law Office of Buckley Correa has been helping businesses of all types and sizes with their contract needs including​

  • All Forms of Construction Agreements

  • Purchase and Sale Agreements

  • Settlement Agreements 

  • Partnership Contracts

  • Vendor Agreements

  • Distributor Contracts

  • Manufacturing Contracts

  • Employment Contracts

  • Buy-Sell Agreements

  • Service Contracts

  • Releases and Waivers

  • Property Agreements

  • Shareholder Agreements

  • Company Operating Agreements

  • Lease Agreements

  • Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreements

  • Non-compete Agreements

  • Licensing Agreements

  • Master Services Agreements

  • Service Level Agreements

  • Vendor and Independent Contractor Agreements

We will work to understand your business so we know exactly how to protect you when drafting contracts. If requested, we will handle the negation to ensure you receive the best deal possible.

The Law Office of Buckley Correa will work with businesses to resolve their disputes with either alternative dispute resolution methods or traditional litigation. Our firm provides experienced service to clients in business-related conflicts such as: 

  • Breach of Contract Disputes: involving any commercial agreement

  • Disputes with Customers or Vendors: contract litigation, scheduling delays, interference with business relations and other business conflicts 

  • Other Business Disputes: partnership dissolution, partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, and conflict with executives or managers.


Commercial Litigation

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