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Comprehensive Contract Services From Trusted Business Lawyers

Contracts are an integral part of any business, from initial formation to mergers, sales and dissolution. They are a necessary and constant component to doing business, and they require skilled legal guidance for drafting, review and dispute resolution.

James & Waddle PC handles business contract transactions and litigation for clients throughout San Diego, California. With more than 45 years of combined experience, our firm’s attorneys have the skill and knowledge needed for your contractual matter and other business law issues. Our goal is to help you resolve matters as effectively and efficiently as possible, while still advocating for your best interests.

Experienced Handling Of Your Contractual Needs

Once retained by your business, one of our firm’s objectives is to ensure that the contracts we draft, review and negotiate are designed not only to address any ongoing issues you are facing, but also to look forward and ensure your business is protected in the future. We take a multifaceted approach to contract matters, taking the time to understand all aspects of your business, how it operates on a daily basis and how any contracts or agreements will impact all areas of the business.

We can assist in the drafting, review and negotiation of all types of contractual documents, including those pertaining to:

  • Business purchase or sale, buy-sell agreements
  • Leases
  • Employment agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Operating agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements, noncompete clauses
  • Contracts with third-party businesses

When The Terms Of A Contract Are Violated

One of the most common types of contract litigation is breach of contract. This is essentially a broken promise. One party is not adhering to the terms of the agreement. This can include breaches of:

  • Partnership agreement
  • Real estate agreements
  • Lease agreements
  • Noncompete/noncompetition clauses
  • Fraud causes of action
  • Fiduciary duties

Our first step will be to attempt to settle the contract dispute through negotiations or alternative dispute resolution. If this is unsuccessful, we are accomplished trial attorneys who will fight for your best interests in litigation.

Get Answers To Your Contract Questions

Do not hesitate to take action when you have questions or concerns about contracts that affect your business. Contact our San Diego business contract attorneys at 619-436-5024 or by email for a free initial consultation regarding your contractual matter. We offer off-site visits upon request.

Spanish-speaking services are available – se habla español.