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Contract Negotiation

Leveling the playing field

Friedlander, Friedlander & Earman, P.C. help businesses and individuals level the playing field by offering their legal services to assist with  contract negotiations. We provide straightforward advice and explanation of contract terms and how they affect long- and short-term objectives.

You can expect advanced research and proactive communication during all stages of contract negotiation:

  • Initial review
  • Detailed analysis
  • Isolation of potential problems
  • Re-drafting of new proposals & contracts
  • Active negotiation with other party and opposing counsel
  • Final review & analysis
  • Mutual agreement on a new contract

Finding the right contractual relationship is about understanding the duties and responsibilities of each party to fulfill the obligation. Those expectations can be obscured by complex clauses and legal terminology.

Our attorneys are trained to spot those details and explain the ramifications of the agreement. Once we have isolated potential problems within a contract, we work with our clients to re-draft a proposal that is a more equitable arrangement for all parties involved.

Contract negotiations

Friedlander, Friedlander & Earman, P.C. provides legal counsel for clients negotiating initial contracts or renegotiating existing arrangements. In each situation we assess the contract from a legal & financial perspective to determine what is in our clients’ best interest.

Our attorneys are trained  contract negotiators who have honed their professional skills through years of practical experience. We know how to take the lead and aggressively pursue our clients’ needs or wait with calculated patience until the moment is right to seize opportune arrangements as they arise.

Call Toll Free 1-866-678-9493 for a contract negotiator.

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