Business to Business Contracts

Long gone are the days of doing business with a smile and a handshake. In today’s world, if commercial agreements are entered into incorrectly or are poorly drafted then they may not be worth the paper they are written on and worse they may result in losses or liabilities for your business.

Things may seem amicable with a new supplier or even that friendly supplier you have worked with for years but, without a properly worded agreement, things can quickly get complicated when business is not going to plan.

Most business to business contracts will cover the basics such as your right to be paid for or supplied with goods or services, the risk and title in traded goods, your right to charge or be charged interest on unpaid sums due under the agreement and your rights in relation to intellectual property which may form part of the goods or services supplied.

The best business to business contracts will help your business reduce the risk of litigation and put you in the best possible position should you ever need to rely on their terms.

Expert Contract Drafting and Negotiation

Our London based specialist commercial lawyers can advise on all business to business contractual issues. We can review existing agreements, negotiate and draft new ones and help to resolve disputes.

Whether it is a simple sales contract or a complex joint venture or shareholder agreement; our contract lawyers treat all contracts with the same passion and dedication.

At Smithfield Partners in the City of London we will not just produce template contracts that we assume will fit your requirements, we will work with you to really understand your business and your commercial goals and create bespoke, forward-looking contracts that work just as hard for your business as you do.

Contact us today for more information and we will partner you with a lawyer who is the best fit for your business. Alternatively, you can contact one of our lawyers directly by viewing their profile.

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