For any business owner, contracts form an essential part of smooth business operations. At the same time, while most business owners understand the key terms of a given contract, much of the language can seem mystifying and designed to confuse.
For business owners in Greater Houston, Schreiber | Knockaert, PLLC offers clarity, certainty and legal guidance designed to give clients the upper hand in contract negotiations. As part of the firm's consultative, needs-focused approach to business counsel, we assist small- and medium-size businesses in the negotiation, drafting, review and execution of the many contracts that help businesses achieve and maintain a competitive edge in today's economy.
Why Hire A Litigator To Negotiate Your Business Contracts?
To put it succinctly, experienced litigators see what happens when contracts are poorly thought-out and drafted. Fixating only on the relevant performance terms, many business owners simply overlook the multitude of boilerplate provisions that dictate important aspects of their contractual obligations. During their decades in litigation practices in large law firms, attorneys Erik Knockaert and Joe Schreiber gained firsthand experience in what happens when business owners allow out-of-date, unenforceable language to remain in contracts. They have advised deal-lawyers at the large firms while working as litigators, in order to help clients avoid litigation, or be in a much better position if and when litigation arose. We know that it is far easier to prevent problems than to have to address them once they've arisen and gone to litigation. We help negotiate contracts, or contract provisions that will stand up in court, and put our clients in a better position if there is a dispute, or at least explain the legal ramifications of provisions proposed by the other side, so business owners can mitigate their risk.
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Contact the firm's Houston offices by email or call 281-949-8904 to arrange a consultation with business contract lawyers Joseph Schreiber and Erik Knockaert.