You Just Might Need a New Contract If…
If your business had one or more of these changes in 2019, your sales contract may have some old provisions that can hurt you. It may be time for a new (or revised) contract:
- Name change or other re-branding
- Adding or removing an owner
- Adding or deleting a product line
- Entering or exiting a market vertical
- Adding eCommerce to your sales channels
- 25% increase or decrease in sales
- 25% increase or decrease in head count
- Ceasing use of independent contractors in California
My new product for 2020 (California, Colorado, and Idaho):
I am licensed in California, Colorado, and Idaho. This offer is made regarding contracts governed by the law of one of those states.
I will charge for one hour of my time to review your current sales contract (max. 10 pages, including exhibits) to see if it needs changes.
Contracts longer than 10 pages will cost extra to review. I will take a quick look at longer contracts and then provide a cap on the number of hours for which I would charge for such reviews.
I will also offer a capped number of hours for revising a contract in accordance with my evaluation. Please contact me for more information.
I am connected with lawyers all across the USA. I would be happy to refer you one who is licensed in the state whose law governs your contracts.
Please note: the above post contains educational information. It is not intended as legal advice. Engage an attorney who is licensed in your state to get advice on dealing with any specific legal issue.
© 2020 Michael S. Oswald