Scope of Practice
A carefully and properly drafted contract is the cornerstone of every successful business transaction. Our experienced attorneys will guide you and/or your business through drafting, negotiating and reviewing all types of commercial or other contracts. We can also help develop standardized form contracts for use in your business in a cost effective manner.
Our firm represents businesses and individuals in a wide-range of contract matters, including:
- Commercial contracts
- Real estate purchase agreements
- Employment agreements, including consulting agreements and independent contractor agreements
- Residential and commercial lease agreements
- Contracts related to the purchase or sale of a business
- Construction contracts
- Other types of contracts
Although the intent of entering into a contract is to clearly state each party’s rights and responsibilities regarding the transaction, contract disputes sometimes arise. In the event of a contract dispute, our attorneys have extensive experience in dispute resolution and litigation to help you aggressively assert your rights and achieve your business goals.
When to Hire A Lawyer (And If You Do, Do Not Tie His or Her Hands Behind Their Back)
Give serious consideration to having an attorney review every major contract before you sign. Do not tie his or her hands behind their back by signing the document first and then having them review. Read more. (Newsletter by William A. Abbott)
New Wisconsin Court of Appeals Ruling - Employers May Need to Review Existing Non-Solicitation Agreements
Attorney Bill Williams is interviewed by "In Business Magazine" reporter Jason Busch to look at the recent Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruling regarding former business employees poaching staff from their former employers. Read the attached article entitled "Personal Plunder" by Jason Busch to find out more.