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Most if not all companies require the use of written contracts to properly transact business. It is vital that a company's contracts be properly drafted to protect the business owner's rights. A well-drafted contract will create clear obligations for both parties. Ambiguity, on the other hand, can lead to confusion, miscommunication and ultimately litigation.
At Jacobs & Dodds, we represent more than 350 companies. One of our main obligations to those companies is to draft and maintain their contracts, including:
- Primary contracts
- Letters of intent
- Independent contractor agreements
- Bid forms
We make sure your contract is crystal clear so you can avoid future litigation regarding ambiguity in your agreement. We also strive to protect your interests in the event of litigation by making sure your contract contains a jurisdiction clause and an attorney's fee provision so if litigation becomes necessary, your company will be litigating in a local court and hopefully you will be able to recoup your attorney's fees from the other side when you are successful in court.
Does Your Contract Say What You Think It Says?
There is often a disconnect between the parties to the contract on what the contract really says. At Jacobs & Dodds, we first determine what you want your contract to say and then we make sure your contract accurately sets forth the obligations and commitment that you expect.
We are dedicated to your business's success. We learn about your product, service, market, industry and objectives as we work to draft contracts that will foster the growth and productivity of your business.
Contact Our Orange County Contract Review Lawyers Today
Contact Jacobs & Dodds for a free consultation with an experienced business law and transactions attorney or to speak with an experienced trial lawyer from our business law firm.
Free initial consultations • Phone calls always free • Extensive trial experience • Located next to John Wayne-Orange County Airport