Contracts are the foundation of your business, so you better make sure they are drafted both clearly and correctly. In any contract, there should be sufficient focus on explaining everything around the agreements made, as well as their validity and adherence. Our legal experts are here to support you in drafting, negotiating and amending your contracts. More than that, we will also alert you to any business opportunities within the current legal parameters. Naturally, we will do this every time to ensure maximum protection for you and your business.
As a business owner, chances are you will end up renting, buying or leasing property. So is it best to do this privately or through the business? There is no single answer to this question. It all depends on your financial situation and how you intend to use the property. By becoming sufficiently informed, you will be able to make the right decision.
Your general terms and conditions will form the basis of your day-to-day operations, while also protecting you from certain risks inherent to your business. As such, these demand a great deal of attention. And yet, the small print is still often forgotten about. But not with us! Got an online store? Then you need to include additional information within your terms and conditions.
The moment you start hiring your own employees, you will need to draw up an employment contract. This document serves to protect both you and your employee(s). What you need to mention within the agreement depends on which sector you work in, along with the employee's specific role(s). Can't make sense of it? We are here to help for all your staff-related admin.
A cooperation contract is created when you enter into an agreement with another company or individual. This could be a freelancer or self-employed worker, for example. It also includes board and executive-level agreements, as well as franchise and distribution networks. As all cooperations are unique in nature, it is advisable to seek professional guidance on this.
Without having a clear contract in place, intellectual property becomes a bit of a grey area. You will strengthen your position by entering into licensing agreements and hedging against any infringements by competing companies or your own employees. Some well-known forms of intellectual property law include copyright law, trademark law and patent law.
Naturally, there are many other times where contracts play a role within your business. After all, attractive commercial opportunities are often accompanied by complex legal frameworks. A detailed contract is also crucial if you are rolling out a new CRM or ERP system. No matter the scenario, it is always reassuring to be able to count on a reliable partner. We always work in accordance with the latest legislation, as well as with a view to tax optimisation.
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