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Contracts Lawyers Maryland


Contracts Lawyers Maryland

Drafting and negotiating contracts is a core component of operating a business. However, many business owners, as well as operators fail to give much thought into the elements of a contract. Contracts have a key role in the heart of a business operation as they help to control the sale of goods and services, the ability to provide goods and services, ensure everything is legally compliant, drive profit, limit liability, and manage employees. Each of these aspects is protected through contracts. 

What is a Contract?

A contract is a legal agreement that includes obligations that can be legally enforced. There are four basic elements included in a contract, which are mutual assent, consideration, capacity, and legality. In the event of at least one party being unable to adhere to some or all of the contract, it is considered to be a breach. In this case, general damages, reliance damages, consequential damages, and specific damages may be sought. 

Meet Brown Kiely LLP

Whether you are in need of having contracts drafted, or you are concerned about a possible breach, the Maryland contracts lawyers at Brown Kiely LLP have the necessary experience and knowledge needed to guide you through the legal process. We are well versed in drafting contracts of all sizes and complexities. Our lawyers have an in-depth understanding of contract negotiation, and have reached agreements for professionals in nearly all industries. We have also represented clients who are in a dispute and in need of immediate mediation, arbitration, or business litigation. For a consultation with a business and contracts lawyer in Maryland, call Brown Kiely LLP

The contracts lawyers Maryland businesses know and prefer, such as those from Brown Kiely LLP, would be happy to help you draft and review contracts. Whether you are a small, mid-size, or large business, we know that you demand, albeit deserve, superior quality; of which, is offered by our firm. Guided by laser-sharp focus, you can count on us to provide you with honest, up to date information that will help you enter into contract agreements while being fully aware of all your rights and duties. 

Our Services:

For years, we have helped businesses and individuals handle contract matters. We may be able to help you with the following:

  • Drafting Contracts – As we draft a contract for you, we will encourage input from all parties involved, and strive to create a legally binding contract that meets the needs of the client. 
  • Reviewing Contracts – Our Maryland contracts lawyers encourage all clients to allow us to review any contract for unacceptable clauses or inconsistencies. 
  • Contract Negotiation – Let us help you to negotiate the terms of a contract so that your interests and rights are protected. 
  • Litigation – If a dispute matter has arised, our contracts lawyers in Maryland can help you to reach a settlement through mediation, arbitration, or litigation. 

Breach of Contract

In addition to drafting and reviewing contracts, our firm also handles breach of contracts matters. A breach of contract occurs when there is a failure, without legal excuse, to perform a duty, obligation, or promise which is included in part or all of the contract. In other words, if one party fails to meet its obligation as written in the contract, it is a breach. The other party can file a claim for damages that resulted. 

Whether it is a multi-million dollar contract to construct a building, or an agreement to provide services, or a contract for insurance, what all contracts have in common is an agreement between two (or more) parties. That basic principle can be made complex when one or more parties have different interpretations of the contract. We have successfully litigated or otherwise resolved a wide range of contract disputes. We do so with total commitment to a results-oriented strategy.

If you’re looking for a contracts lawyer in Maryland to help you draft and review a contract, or there has been a breach of contract, call Brown Kiely LLP today.