San Jose Contracts Attorney
Business Law Counsel for Silicon Valley & Beyond
Contracts are the lifeblood of business in America. Business gets done
by two or more entities making agreements, solidified in contract form.
If you are a business owner or executive, your business' success or
failure will depend in large part on how well you handle the contractual
component. With the help of an experienced contracts attorney, you can
protect your interests for long-term success.
At SAC Attorneys LLP in San Jose, California, we represent clients in the
Silicon Valley and beyond. With decades of combined
business law experience, our attorneys represent clients with negotiation, drafting
and review of all types of contracts.
We regularly handle contracts such as:
new businesses: At the onset of a new business, we can help you draft shareholder agreements,
partnership agreements, operating documents and other business formation
Employment contracts: Our San Jose business lawyers provide counsel for employers in terms of
contracts, best practices, employee policies and related matters.
Vendor contracts: We can help protect your interests when working with other vendors of
goods and service on which your business relies.
Purchase, sale and service contracts: Our attorneys represent businesses in all types of contracts involving
purchases, sales and services offered.
Real estate contracts: Real estate is a major operating factor for most businesses. Our lawyers
can protect your interests in the purchase, sale, rental or lease of property
used by your business.
International contracts: Every country has different laws, regulations and more when it comes to
contracts. With well-established connections to the business communities
in China, Taiwan and many European countries, we can help you negotiate
and enter into viable contracts with international entities.
Our lawyers offer a wealth of experience in business law, having worked
at large law firms representing major corporations. We are well-poised
to represent business of all sizes, from small businesses to mid-sized
businesses. Our dedication to efficiency, attention to detail, and personalized
service promotes an excellent client experience while ensuring a favorable outcome.
Contracts can be breached in several ways:
Material breach: When a party fails to perform a part of a contract that allows the other
party to recover damages due to the breach. These are usually very substantial
breaches that cause harm to the other party.
Minor breach: This is a partial breach that is less severe than a material breach,
but still allows the other party to collect some type of damage.
Fundamental breach: This type of breach is so serious that it allows the other party to terminate
the contract and sue for damages
Anticipatory breach: This is when one party refuses to perform according to the terms of the contract.
What Happens When a Contract Is Breached?
If a party believes that another party has violated the terms of a contract,
he or she can seek to have the contract enforced by taking legal action.
In such cases, representation from an experienced business attorney is
usually required. Your attorney may attempt to resolve the dispute through
negotiation, mediation or arbitration. If these avenues fail, you have
the option of taking your case to court.
If the dispute involves a small dollar figure, taking your case to small
claims court is also a viable option.
An Experienced Team Trusted for Smart Solutions
If you need assistance with reviewing, drafting, or enforcing a business
contract, contact SAC Attorneys LLP.
Schedule a consultation at (408) 797-3332.