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CORPORATE CONTRACT LAW
Legal knowledge and experience applied to your strategic advantage.
Contracts are the lifeblood of commercial business transactions.
Contracts provide the framework through which business relationships are
controlled, enabling each of the parties to attain their agreed upon
benefits, while providing appropriate protections against violating the
settled terms and conditions. In turn, the value of an excellent
contract, which has been skilfully negotiated and properly written, is
rarely evident - until one of the parties attempts to breach the
contract (with the potential for such a violation having been
substantially reduced by the knowledge that any violation will have
Conversely, when contracts are poorly negotiated and/or written, they
can become a source of unending anguish and drain on a business'
financial resources. Experienced contract negotiations and
drafting will enable you to avoid these disasters, by avoiding the traps
and pitfalls that other businesses all too frequently fall prey to.
You should always be looking to solidify your business relationships
with well-structured contracts, so that you can focus on your core
business and not the distractions that arise from disputes that lack a
clear contractual formula for resolution.
knowledgeable and experienced legal representation in advancing your
company's commercial operations, while protecting your corporation against legal attacks and other competitive challenges, contact
Toronto corporate lawyer Christopher R. Neufeld at 416-887-9702 or
Toronto Corporate Lawyer
R. Neufeld with
the law firm of Neufeld Legal
Professional Corporation (operating at 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801,
Toronto, Ontario), is admitted to practice
law in both Ontario and New York State. Christopher's legal
practice focuses primarily on corporate
commercial transactions and contract work. The content of this website is purely
for informational purposes and should not be relied upon - as you should
consult a lawyer with respect to the specifics of your particular
prior to contacting us and be advised that contacting us does not create
a lawyer-client relationship. COPYRIGHT 2009-10.