Fairfax County Business Contracts Attorney
Lawyer in Tysons Corner, Virginia advises on all types of agreements
David Neal Goldberg is an experienced Fairfax County business contracts attorney who provides skillful counsel to a diverse group of Virginia clients. Whether you need an agreement drafted, are negotiating a commercial lease or have questions about enforcing an existing contract, David can meet your company’s needs.
Contract drafting for Virginia businesses
A contract might set a solid foundation for growth or inflict a heavy, long-term burden on your business. While it’s impossible to control every contingency, the success of your agreement will likely depend on the drafting, review and negotiation of the document. Utilizing the insight gained from decades of experience, David advises clients on potential risks before a deal is finalized. He works with clients to develop all types of contracts, including:
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Commercial real estate leases
- Buy-sell agreements
- Partnership and franchise agreements
- Employment contracts
- Software licenses
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Terms of service documents
- Equipment lease agreements
- Independent contractor agreements
- Warranties and guaranties
- Service agreements
Whatever your particular contract needs entail, you can rely on David to safeguard your interests and ensure that you are fully aware of each side’s rights and obligations.
Common contract issues found in Fairfax County
Whether you’re forming a business in Virginia for the first time or you have served the area for decades, a poorly written or negotiated contract presents a serious threat. Unclear terms and overlooked details could lead to financial losses and litigation. Contingency provisions are difficult to interpret, increasing the likelihood that a breach of contract claim will be brought if one party claims that a condition has not been satisfied. As both a litigator and contract negotiator, David can identify unfair contract terms and ambiguities that could prevent your ability to enforce the agreement.
Contract review from an accomplished attorney
Even sophisticated business leaders sometimes make the mistake of signing a contract without fully understanding each side’s rights and obligations. When you’re given a deal to sign, you should contact an experienced Fairfax County business law attorney. David helps companies of all sizes make sound business choices and reduce risk wherever possible. Regardless of the document’s complexity or subject matter, he will help you spot loopholes and assess the potential effect of each clause.
Legal counsel when you want to modify a business contract
Circumstances can change quickly and a contract that was favorable at the time of execution might no longer be in your best interests. If you’re looking to modify the terms of an existing deal, David can examine the pertinent contractual provisions to help you determine the best course of action. Often, a creative solution can benefit both parties. If an economic downturn, supply chain problem or unseen natural event puts your business in a bad spot, David will help you pursue a fair revision.
Virginia contract litigation attorney
Working with a qualified attorney during the formation of a contract gives you the best chance to avoid disputes after the agreement. However, litigation is sometimes necessary to enforce your rights under the agreement or to defend against a breach of contract allegation. David represents parties in claims arising from real estate leases, non-compete covenants, vendor agreements and all types of other contracts. He can analyze each party’s rights and obligations under the terms of the document and outline the potential remedies that might be available. These could include restitution, cancellation of the agreement, an order forcing the other party to perform as promised or an award of liquidated damages based on the contract language.