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Pearland Contract Lawyer

When you own a business — whether large or small — having a skilled Pearland contract lawyer by your side can create a huge competitive advantage.  Every interaction with customers, suppliers, distributors, manufacturers, shareholders, and employees is underpinned with legal contracts and agreements, the quality of which can make a difference in your bottom line.  Poorly crafted contracts create problems down the road, whereas crisp, strategic, clearly stated contracts can make performance effortless and efficient.

Weisblatt Law Firm, LLC has been providing contract drafting and reviewing services to Pearland business owners for many years.  Following are some of the kinds of contracts we facilitate:

We pay meticulous attention to every detail in each contract we draft.  We also spend time with our clients reviewing third-party contracts, answering questions and explaining the details, and modifying the contract when necessary.  When reviewing a contract on behalf of a client, we always pay attention to the following:

Enforceability is key when you sign a Pearland business contract, and it’s hard to enforce a vague, wordy, or flawed contract.  That’s why our law firm makes sure every detail is correct.

Contract Services

A contract attorney in Pearland, TX, can review, draft, modify, or litigate legal agreements on your behalf.

An experienced Pearland contract lawyer can not only interpret and litigate existing contracts for your firm, but he can also review third-party contracts, draft new contracts, and pursue breach of contract claims in court.

Contract Review

A contract law attorney in Pearland can review your contract to ensure it is updated and accurately reflects your future business goals.  He can clarify vague language, edit wordy paragraphs, identify omissions, and look for ways to strengthen a contract that another business offers you to sign. It’s always a good idea to have your own attorney review a document to make sure your business interests are strongly represented.

Contract Drafting

Whether you need a contract drafted for an employee, supplier, customer, bank, municipality, or all of the above, attorney Andrew Weisblatt is skilled and knowledgeable about drafting contracts that benefit his clients.  He is meticulous in using precise language that protects your business interests and reduces your risk.

Litigate Breach of Contract

Most business owners dread a breach of contract situation.  But sometimes they happen.  That’s why it’s important to have contract lawyers in Pearland who can go to court and litigate a breach of contract situation when necessary.  If you have a manufacturer or subcontractor who breaches a contract with your business, our contract attorney in Pearland, TX, can gather evidence, estimate damages, and file a lawsuit on your behalf.

Examples of Agreements a Pearland Contract Lawyer Can Draft

Weisblatt Law Firm, LLC can draft many different types of contracts for your business needs, including the following specialized agreements.

Real Estate Purchase Agreements

If your business is expanding and needs more space, our Pearland contract attorney can craft real estate purchase agreements when you buy a new office building or invest in an industrial facility.  There are so many moving parts in a purchase agreement – interest rate, inspections, surveys, repairs, deeds, etc.  Our law firm can handle all of this when drafting contracts, and we can even attend the closing with you if needed.

Non-Disclosure Agreements

In some cases, a non-disclosure agreement may make sense when you want to share confidential information with another party on a conditional basis.  Before doing so, you want the other party to sign a non-disclosure agreement saying they will not share the information with anyone else and will keep it confidential.  Weisblatt Law Firm, LLC can draft or review such agreements on your behalf.  Many Pearland businesses use proprietary information or software that gives them a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Things like a chemical compound, client list, manufacturing technique, medical device, or smartphone app can be a coveted advantage.  All this proprietary information can be protected by having parties sign a well-crafted non-disclosure agreement before discussing the details or displaying a prototype.

Employment Contracts

Whether your business needs a customized employment agreement for a high-performance executive or simply an employment policy for at-will employees, Weisblatt Law Firm, LLC can draft these documents to ensure that you attract the talent you need while protecting your business at the same time.

Management Rights Letter

A management rights letter is a contract that grants certain rights to investors beyond the default rights granted under the ownership agreement. Both company investors and company owners may propose a management rights letter as a separate contract between the two parties.  A management rights letter frequently grants elevated privileges to the investors, such as inspection of accounts, access to company financial documents, and attendance at board meetings. Weisblatt Law Firm, LLC can draft such a letter for your business if needed.

Commercial Lease Agreements

When it’s time for your business to expand and lease more space, a skilled Pearland business contract lawyer can review lease agreements to make sure your needs are met.  We will review square footage, build-outs, utilities, and all other aspects of a commercial lease and offer modifications where needed.

Non-Compete Agreements

We understand that sometimes employees move on, but when they do, you want to make sure that your proprietary information, client lists, and other critical data does not move on with them.  Non-compete agreements can set out the terms under which they will work in the future, while not competing head-on with your firm for a specified amount of time.  Employees like salespersons and engineers can require non-compete agreements to protect your company’s competitive edge.  A Pearland business contract lawyer can craft customized non-compete agreements for you.

Statute of Frauds in Pearland Business Contracts

To protect your business, it’s always best to put a contract in writing to avoid confusion, rather than making a verbal agreement or relying on a handshake.  In addition, a law called the “statute of frauds” requires that contracts with certain terms always be in writing to be enforceable. Texas has its own version of the statute of frauds in the state Business and Commerce Code. The law states that contracts must be in writing and signed under the following circumstances:

If your agreement involves any of the above, it must be in writing, and hiring a Pearland contract lawyer to draft or review it would be a smart move.

Why Choose Weisblatt as Your Pearland Business Contract Lawyer?

There are many business contract attorneys in Pearland, TX, to choose from.  So how do you pick the right lawyer for your company?  We recommend that you review Mr. Weisblatt’s attorney bio and read the reviews and testimonials from his clients.  You can learn a lot about an attorney by where they went to school, what kinds of cases they handle, and what clients have to say about their services.  The unique thing about Mr. Weisblatt is that he has worked in his career as both inside corporate counsel and outside counsel.  This means he understands both sides of the business.  He knows what it’s like to work inside a company – strategic planning, corporate finances, shareholder concerns, growth goals, and employee relations.  He also understands that when serving as outside counsel, he must provide exceptional client service and unique legal strategies customized to the individual needs of every client.  Mr. Weisblatt is deeply committed to doing just that.

Important skills that a contract law attorney in Pearland, TX, must have:

  • Intellect
  • Integrity
  • Adaptability
  • Trustworthiness
  • Experience
  • Writing Skills
  • Negotiating and Consulting Ability.

Mr. Weisblatt possesses all of these characteristics.  He is trusted by business owners of all types, from start-ups to multi-national corporations.  He treats every client with the respect and attention that have become hallmarks of his law firm.

Contact a Pearland Business Contract Attorney Today

Attorney Andrew Weisblatt is skilled at negotiating business contracts, on behalf of his clients, with landlords, suppliers, customers, distributors, and other entities.  He then drafts documents to memorialize the agreements that have been reached.  Mr. Weisblatt is also adept at litigating, when a contract has been breached.  His keen insight into crafting and interpreting contracts allows him to provide a competitive advantage to his clients.  Whether your company is a start-up, a family business, or a large national corporation, Mr. Weisblatt would welcome the opportunity to work with you.  For an initial phone consultation, call our firm at (713) 666-1981.

Houston Business Contracts Attorney

Attorney Andrew Weisblatt

Mr. Weisblatt has practiced continuously since becoming licensed in 1992 and has represented businesses ranging in size from one person start-up ventures to multi-national corporations employing hundreds of people in multiple countries. From 2005 through 2009 Mr. Weisblatt was in-house counsel and chief operating officer of a multi-national corporation in the steel products industry. That in-house position provided valuable insight into how businesses work and what they actually need from their lawyers – both in-house and outside counsel. Attorney Bio

Steven Hanson

What can I say? I will never hesitate to recommend this firm to anyone. Personable, professional, honest and diligent. Period.

Houston Business Contracts Attorney

Attorney Andrew Weisblatt

Mr. Weisblatt has practiced continuously since becoming licensed in 1992 and has represented businesses ranging in size from one person start-up ventures to multi-national corporations employing hundreds of people in multiple countries. From 2005 through 2009 Mr. Weisblatt was in-house counsel and chief operating officer of a multi-national corporation in the steel products industry. That in-house position provided valuable insight into how businesses work and what they actually need from their lawyers – both in-house and outside counsel. Attorney Bio

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    Katy, Texas 77493
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1800 ST. JAMES PLACE, SUITE 105,
HOUSTON, TX 77056
713-666-1981

2312 KATY FORT BEND RD,
KATY, TX 77493
713-666-1981