We advise businesses on the risks and opportunities that lie within existing contracts. These include liability, scope, exclusivity and termination triggers.
The range of sectors in which we have acquired specialist knowledge with regards to commercial contracts sets us apart from other law firms.
What We Do
Our business contract lawyers advise on a wide range of commercial arrangements. We deliver robust contracts that manage risk and allow your organization to operate effectively and reach its strategic goals.
The technical expertise that our business contract lawyers have in contract drafting and review is complemented by an ability to provide agile, creative and prompt solutions to your most demanding commercial law issues. Our reputation as commercial lawyers in Toronto means we are regularly sought out to handle the more complex cases.
How Our Business Contracts Lawyers Can Help
Every business depends on commercial contracts, from small business enterprises to large national corporations. Our commercial lawyers in Toronto will make sure your interests are always protected, while giving practical and reasonable advice. We take the time to learn about your business, and what you’re trying to achieve.
Working with us, you will find we take a collegiate approach throughout the firm, drawing on relevant expertise wherever necessary. This means you are always backed up by significant legal firepower. For instance, we work closely with our commercial litigation partners, meaning that should an issue become litigious, you will have seamless support.
Because we routinely draft and negotiate commercial contracts, we are extremely well positioned to analyze and apply existing contract terms. And as we do this across so many sectors, our business contract lawyers can apply lessons learned from complex contracts in one sector to relevant issues you face in your own.
Commercial Contract Services
Commercial Contract Review
Our business contract lawyers regularly step in and act as our clients’ double check. We ensure that you are readily prepared to manage the risks and obligations of your business arrangement, and help prepare you to better negotiate your position.
Some of the key areas that we arise our clients of are:
- Your performance obligations and responsibilities
- Where, how and when will the contract be performed?
- What are the timelines?
- When will payment be made?
- What happens if payment is late or not made?
- How will you manage disagreements and avoid court?
We find out what your bargaining position is and respond accordingly. A good contract takes into consideration future obligations and provides for the changing nature of business.
Consumer contracts need to be both easy to read and enforce. At Hansra Law, our commercial lawyers have a particular expertise in drafting consumer contracts a thoughtful and strategic way, ensuring that you are always comfortable with the business arrangement you are interring into.
General Business Contracts
we understand that our clients’ day-to-day business contracts are every bit as important as its larger contracts. Some of the general business contracts that our business contract lawyers regularly work on include:
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Licensing Agreements
- Supply Arrangements for Goods and Services
- Promissory Notes (General Loan Agreements)
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
Supply of Goods and Services
Whether you are manufacturing a new product or negotiating the international supply of goods and services, our commercial lawyers in Toronto are always prepared to help you add value to our clients’ transactions. With broad expertise across several industries, we leverage our experience across the good and services market to ensure that our clients’ risks are well managed.
- Manufacturing Agreements
- Supply of Goods and Services
- Research & Development Agreements
- Bulk Sale of Goods
- General Services Agreements
Information Technology Agreements
As a business and technology law firm, Hansra Law has the relevant expertise to provide you with strategic advice with regards to your technology company. Our business contract lawyers speak your language, whether negotiating software development arrangements or protecting their company’s valuable source code. Some technology contracts that we regularly advise on include:
- Software Development Agreements
- Software as a Service (SaaS)
- Sale or Supply of Hardware and Software
- Managed Service Provider (MSP) Agreements and Service Level Agreements (SLA)
- Software Licensing