Neufeld Legal P.C.
Starting a Business
Partnership / Joint Venture
Purchasing a Business
Financing & Banking
Leasing & Real Estate
Selling Your Business
are the lifeblood of commercial business. Contracts provide the
framework through which business relationships are controlled, enabling
each of the parties to attain their agreed upon benefits, while
providing appropriate protections against violating the settled terms
and conditions. In turn, the value of an excellent contract, which
has been skilfully negotiated and precisely written, is rarely evident -
until one of the parties attempts to breach the contract (with the
potential for such a violation having been substantially reduced by the
knowledge that any violation will have serious repercussions).
when contracts are poorly negotiated and/or written, they can become a
source of unending anguish and drain on a business' financial resources.
Experienced contract negotiations and drafting will enable you to avoid
these disasters, by avoiding the traps and pitfalls that other
businesses all too frequently fall prey to. You should always be
looking to solidify your business relationships with well-structured
contracts, so that you can focus on your core business and not the
distractions that arise from disputes that lack a clear contractual
formula for resolution.
Providing corporate-commercial legal advice and strategic direction to
business enterprises, is the central focus of business lawyer
Christopher R. Neufeld's legal practice. To advance your business'
initiatives, contact Neufeld
Legal P.C. at
Chris@NeufeldLegal.com or 403-400-4092 / 416-887-9702.
Neufeld Legal Professional
Corporation. Our mailing addresses are 144 4th Avenue SW, Suite 1600, Calgary, Alberta
and 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801, Toronto, Ontario. Principal lawyer
Christopher Neufeld is admitted
to practice law in Alberta and Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.).
Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, in particular
corporate commercial transactions (mergers, acquisitions, divestitures,
business purchases and sales, etc.), business development, contract
drafting and negotiation, tax and succession planning, financing and
commercial real estate.