Business Contracts
Business Contracts

Protecting Your Business Interests

Contracts serve as the backbone of business operations. A well-written contract defines the scope of business and can set the tone for a lasting relationship between all involved parties. In contrast, a poorly drafted contract can be the source of a costly and detrimental dispute.

Backed by significant experience and an acute knowledge of the complexities of modern contract law, the attorneys at Stone, Leyton & Gershman are well-positioned to protect your business during the drafting, review, negotiation or enforcement of a contract.

Defining Obligations And Scope

When parties enter into a business arrangement, each party is looking out for their own interests and not the best interests of the other involved parties. This can put an organization at risk, but business contracts remove uncertainties and ambiguity by defining each party’s contractual obligations.

We assist with contract issues related to:

  • Operating agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Purchase agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Licensing and franchise agreements
  • Vendor and service agreements
  • Employment contracts and noncompete agreements

If a contractual dispute or other business issue does arise, our trial lawyers have the necessary courtroom skills to negotiate or litigate a successful outcome.

Contact Us To Arrange A Consultation

We recognize the potential budgetary constraints faced by business owners and offer affordable solutions tailored to the needs of your operation. Whether you need help in the boardroom or the courtroom, our lawyers will ensure your business interests and rights are adequately protected. To schedule an appointment, email the firm or call 314-721-7011. Serving the St. Louis area from our offices in Clayton.