Nebraska Business Law Attorney – (402) 466-8444

Robert Frost taught us that “Good fences make good neighbors.” Susan Napolitano is adamant that good contracts preserve good business relationships. From small businesses to international corporations, every company relies on a wide variety of business contracts to identify goals, memorialize obligations, and to provide a road map for the inevitable obstacles that arise in the course of running a business. Business contracts define the operating relationship between businesses, investors, vendors, employees, and customers.

When problems arise, your business contracts should provide the guidance you need to protect your interests and prevent legal disputes from escalating into prolonged litigation. A poorly drafted contract opens the door to liability, creates confusion, fuels mistrust, and results in often irreparable damage to the financial stability, community reputation, and interpersonal relationships that are essential elements of a viable company.

With the health of your company at risk, it is vital that you can trust your legal team to ensure that your business contracts meet your short-term and long-term needs. Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers and its top Nebraska business law attorney, Susan Napolitano, are ready to provide legal guidance in the formation and enforcement of business contracts. Operating since 1965, Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers has become a trusted name in business litigation for companies across the state. You can start learning about our business contract services by dialing (402) 466-8444 to request an initial consultation over-the-phone or at one of our many office locations.

Legal Guidance for a Variety of Business Contracts

The number of contracts required for a business typically scales with the size of the business. However, many types of contracts are identical regardless of the size of a company, and the importance of those contracts is relatively similar. Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers is dedicated to ensuring that contract needs are met regardless of the size of the client. The experience and methodical approach of our Nebraska business contract lawyer can help you create, review, revise, and enforce your business contracts to ensure that your rights are protected.

Allow Attorney Susan Napolitano to help with business contracts concerned with:

  • Buying or selling a business (buy/sell agreements)
  • Financing documents
  • Vendor contracts
  • Tax exemptions application
  • Employment agreements
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Administrative appeals
  • Insurance plan guidance
  • New business start up
  • Business plans
  • Partnership agreements
  • Creating a new corporation or other business entity
  • Employment manuals
  • Security policies
  • Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements
  • Severance agreements
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Federal, state, and local employee/employer rights
  • Bankruptcy review, filing, and relief
  • Restructuring
Get Your Business Contracts in Order Today</div >Nebraska Business Law Attorney Susan Napolitano and the business contracts team at Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers have the experience and insights to help you understand exactly which business contracts you need for your business goals. Whether you need the support of a team or individualized one on one counseling with a top business attorney, Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers will ensure that your business is taken care of at the beginning, middle, and at any time of transition.

For more information, call (402) 466-8444 and speak with Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers now.

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