Contract Drafting & Review

Contract Drafting & Negotiation

Our experienced contract lawyers assist individuals and business entities in drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide array of contractual agreements. Our contract attorneys have drafted & reviewed many such agreements and are well qualified to represent our clients with respect to any contract. Below is a sample of the most common types of contracts that are prepared, reviewed and/or negotiated by clients.

CONTRACT TYPE DESCRIPTION PRICE*
* Although most contracts can be prepared or reviewed for the stated price, if a contract is extremely complex or negotiations are expected to take much longer than customary, a higher price will be quoted.
* Prices will be reduced if more than one contract is needed.
GENERAL CONTRACTS
Inventory, Manufacturer, Vendor, Distributor, Supplier contracts Contract between a seller and a buyer to supply inventory and/or other goods. $375*
Service Agreements Contract between two parties where one of the parties agrees to provide services to the other party. $375*
Non-Disclosure & Confidentiality Agreements Agreement where one party agrees not to disclose and keep confidential certain information (this is usually part of another contract, such as a licensing agreement). $375*
LICENSING CONTRACTS
Trademark, Copyright, Patent Licensing Contract where one party agrees to license a trademark, copyright or patent to the other party $750*
Invention Licensing Contract where one party agrees to license an invention and/or “know how” to the other party $750*
Domain/Website Licensing Contract where one party licenses or “leases” a website or domain to another party $375*
Franchise Agreements Contract where one party purchases or sells a “Franchise” (ex: Subway, McDonalds, etc.) $750*
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS
Employment Contracts Contract where one party agrees to hire another party. $375*
Indendent Contractor Contracts Contract where one party agrees to hire another party as an “independent contractor” (to provide services, such as catering). $375*
Consulting Agreements Contract where one party agrees to provide consulting services to another party. $375*
Non-Compete Agreements Agreement where one party agrees not to compete with another party (often used as part of an employment contract). $375* (or $125, if it is needed in addition to an employment or independent contractor contract)
Severance Agreements Agreement where one party agrees to terminate employment in exchange for something of monetary value. $375*
INTERNET CONTRACTS
Legal Disclaimer Document where a website provides a legal disclaimer regarding the risks of using the website. $375*
Terms & Conditions / User Agreements Agreement where the user of a website agrees to certain conditions in order to use the website. $375*
Privacy Policies Document where the website tells users how the private information of the users will be protected. $375*
REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS
Residential Real Estate Contract to purchase or sell residential real estate.
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$850 (Price includes the full legal service for Residential Closings)
Commercial Real Estate Contract to purchase or sell commercial real estate.
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$1,000+ (Price includes the full legal service for Commercial Closings)
Residential Leases Contract to rent a house or apartment.
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$375
Commercial Leases Contract to lease commercial real estate
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$750+
Construction Contracts Contract between a contractor and a property owner or a contractor and a subcontractor. $750*
LOAN CONTRACTS
Promissory Notes Contract where one party borrows money from another party with a promise to pay it back, usually with interest.
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$500*
Mortgages Document allowing the lender to foreclose on real estate for non-payment of a promissory note. $750* (or $250, if it is needed in addition to a promissory note)
Security Instruments Document allowing the lender to repossess property (other than real estate) for non-payment of a promissory note. $750* (or $250, if it is needed in addition to a promissory note)
PURCHASE OR SALE OF BUSINESSES
Business Purchase Agreements Contract where one party agrees to purchase a business from another party
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Starting at $850* (price includes the full legal service of buying or selling a business)
Stock Purchase Agreements Contract where one party agrees to purchase stock from another party
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Starting at $850* (price includes the full legal service of buying or selling a business)
Asset Purchase Agreements Contract where one party agrees to purchase business assets from another party
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Starting at $850* (price includes the full legal service of buying or selling a business)
Investment Agreements Contract where a party agrees to invest into a business Starting at $850* (price includes the full legal service of investing in a business)
PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS
Partnership Agreements Agreement between partners in a General Partnership, LLP or LP.
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$500* buy or sell a business, invest in a business, or to open a business)
Shareholder Agreements & Bylaws Agreement between shareholders in a Corporation.
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$500* buy or sell a business, invest in a business, or to open a business)
Membership Agreements Agreement between members in an LLC.
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$500* buy or sell a business, invest in a business, or to open a business)

Our contract lawyers represent clients in all areas of New York, including all 5 boroughs of NYC (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island), Long Island (both Nassau and Suffolk county), Westchester county and upstate NY.

If you need our attorneys to draft, review or negotiate a contract on your behalf, please call us today! We look forward to helping you.

PROTECT YOURSELF

One of the biggest mistakes business owners can make is to not have a business attorney prepare a legal contract to protect the business in case a disagreement with a customer, supplier or service provider arises. Yes, your relationship with the other party might be perfect, but what happens in case of a disagreement? A contract is supposed to protect you “just in case” a disagreement occurs.

Another mistake that many individuals and businesses make is to sign a contract prepared by another party without having a business lawyer review it. The other party most likely had an attorney prepare the contract and the contract is almost certainly skewed in favor of that party. You should level the playing field and have one of our attorneys review your contract to protect your interests.

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