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Our Omaha contract attorneys at Orr & Horgan, P.L.L.C. Law bring pertinent industry-specific experience to each engagement and resources to enhance the value of our services. By providing clear, integrated, and client-focused advice along with cost-effective strategies, we help our clients leverage resources to minimize risk in the pursuit of achieving their goals.
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If you want your business to have a chance at achieving success, you will need to depend on business contracts and agreements every step of the way from the startup process to whenever you choose to leave your company behind.
A business contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more persons or entities. Understanding business contracts (verbal and written contracts) is easier when you have an experienced legal team to offer legal advice. Orr & Horgan, P.L.L.C. Law office in Omaha is here to help you understand all essential elements of a contract.
Many business owners have tried to enforce their rights against another party without a contract, or with a contract that was written without the help of an attorney. Doing so often reveals significant weaknesses and causes them to think twice about writing a contract alone. It only takes one expensive lesson to learn that you need a professional Omaha contract lawyer with knowledge of the complexities involved in drafting and enforcing contractual agreements to protect yourself.
A breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfill their obligations as outlined in the contract. This can come in many forms, such as failing to deliver goods or services as promised, not paying for goods or services as agreed upon, or not meeting deadlines. It can also occur if one party does something that goes against the terms of the contract, such as sharing confidential information or using copyrighted material without permission.
To determine if a breach of contract has occurred, it’s important to review the contract thoroughly and assess whether the obligations outlined in the contract have been met. If you believe that a breach of contract has occurred, it’s crucial to document all of the evidence and seek legal advice.
Term sheets and investment contracts for investors interested in purchasing equity in existing businesses
If you need help writing a contract, reviewing a contract, litigating a breach of contract, or settling a contract dispute, contact an Orr & Horgan, P.L.L.C. Law Omaha attorney to schedule a consultation. We are here to help individuals and businesses protect their best interests through carefully structured contracts.