Types of Commercial and Business Law
Starting a new business is an exciting step for workers and entrepreneurs, but maintaining the business is often the true challenge. Whether your business is already trading or just taking off, getting the right advice early is the key to creating strong a foundation for your operation.
Of the many duties that business owners juggle, risk management and legal compliance are arguably the most important and most neglected. Without the right protections and documents in place, good businesses can suffer and fail due to cash flow issues, contractual disputes and compliance claims.
Our commercial lawyers specialise in providing tailored advice to small and medium businesses looking to streamline and safeguard their contractual dealings. We provide timely and practical advice to a range of corporate clientele, with the goal to reduce management effort and increase their chargeable work.
We offer our clients a range of commercial contract services, from providing advice on existing documents to creating new documents specific to their needs. We can provide advice in a range of areas such as:
· Employment agreements
· Contractor agreements
· Restraint of trade provisions
· Policies and procedures
In the hierarchy of running a business, outlining your terms and policies can easily be overlooked in favour of client procurement or advertising. Planning ahead and implementing these documents can protect your interests before disputes occur, and allow you to stay focused on growing your business to its full potential.
Seeking legal advice in the early stages of a commercial dispute can be vital to saving you money, stress and time. Our commercial law team are available in multiple locations across South Australia, including the Adelaide CBD, Ridgehaven and Smithfield.
We offer a free initial consult to help you understand your position in a commercial dispute, and are available to speak to you about a range of difficult areas, including:
· Contract disputes
· Misrepresentation in the supply of goods or services
· Disputes involving property, faulty goods or allegations of poor-workmanship
· Issues relating to the sale of goods
· Breaches of the Australian Consumer Law
Our commercial dispute team will keep you fully informed throughout your case. If the matter is unable to be resolved without proceeding to court, we will provide you with an honest appraisal of the likely outcome of a court case and the expected cost involved.
Call us now to arrange a free consultation. Phone (08) 8231 1363 or click here to make an enquiry by email.