Companies of all sizes should ensure that their contracts are tailored to their business. One mistake in a contract can jeopardize your intellectual property, put your confidential information at risk, or even sink your company. It’s important that the contracts you are using for your business include protections necessary for your business and fit the specific relationship. Our lawyers, experienced with contract law, have negotiated thousands of contracts on behalf of and against some of the largest corporations in the world including Accenture, HSBC, Reliance Globalcom, First Data, Verizon Wireless, Google, Tiffany, Molex, EY, IBM, and many more.

It’s crucial to limit your liability, protect your confidential information and intellectual property in your contracts, and include other protections as needed. Contracts we help companies negotiate include:

  • SaaS agreements
  • Develop agreements
  • Consulting services agreements
  • Reseller agreements
  • Outsourcing agreements
  • Commercial leases
  • And more

Searching for a seasoned contract law lawyer “near me” to guide your business? Contact Meyer Law today. We have offices in Chicago, IL, Denver, CO, and Los Angeles, CA, and can help any business in the United States.

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Startups & Small Businesses

Whether you’re a new founder of a startup who’s navigating your way, or you have a small business that’s been around for years, the experienced contract lawyers at Meyer Law can help make sure that you’re setting your company up for success. Our team can draft templates tailored to your company, provide strategic legal guidance, and lead day-to-day negotiations across the company.

Scaling & Mid-Sized Businesses

As a growing business, having an experienced business contract lawyer to help guide you through the day-to-day of your business is essential. Whether it’s leading negotiations for a strategic partnership, developing a sales playbook and providing sales training, or ensuring your employee handbook is comprehensive, there are many ways the team at Meyer Law can help. There are many challenges you will face when scaling your business, so it’s important that you don’t set yourself up to make mistakes that can be avoided.

In-House Counsel

The team at Meyer Law has decades of experience helping in-house legal teams at large corporations with commercial contract negotiations, draft templates, playbooks, due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, and more. With our extensive experience negotiating thousands of contracts combined with our responsiveness, we are able to help large corporations move the business forward faster and alleviate the stress on in-house counsel.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation for contract law services.

Why Contract Review Matters for Emerging Growth Companies

It’s key to your success to ensure that you have lawyers to help you negotiate and write contracts regularly. Experienced business lawyers will bring speed and efficiency to your operations and contracts process and help ensure you’re making informed decisions.

For in-house legal teams, we understand the amount of pressure the executives put on you to draft and negotiate contracts as quickly as possible while maintaining certain safeguards and protecting the corporation. Our lawyers help develop playbooks for in-house teams to streamline the use of alternate provisions and increase efficiencies across the department, create or update templates, and negotiate commercial contracts across the United States and abroad. Our team understands the need to align the interests of the business while mitigating the risk for the corporation, and regularly comes up with creative solutions to drive negotiations forward.

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The business lawyers at Meyer Law have decades of experience drafting and negotiating various agreements, such as commercial contracts, international contracts, employment agreements, intellectual property agreements, confidentiality agreements, investment documents, and more.

We believe in fee transparency and have the flexibility to provide services on a fixed-fee or hourly basis.  When offering fixed-fee services, we will either provide an estimate in advance or mutually agree upon a general counsel package or in-house counsel package for a fixed number of hours of services per month. For hourly services, we will provide an estimate that will include a blended hourly rate and hourly range to provide the services.

To schedule a contract law consultation, contact our business lawyers online today.