Edward W. Freedman understands the vital role that contracts play in all types of business. Our experienced attorney is well-versed in contract law, and will give you honest advice and guidance in preparing you and your business with contracts that can hold up if challenged. In the event you need help writing, defending, or challenging a contract, the Law Office of Edward W. Freedman is committed to advocating on your behalf.
Drafting of Business Contracts
When putting together a contract between your business and others, it is extremely important that every detail and possibility is considered, to protect you from any disputes that may ultimately come up. Edward W. Freedman can prepare comprehensive contracts in a variety of areas, including:
- Employer/Employee agreements
- Non-compete agreements
- Joint venture
- Confidentiality agreements
- Buy/Sell agreements
- Structured loan and financing
- Bid requests
- Proposal requests
- Stock option agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Breach of contract
- Commercial lease disputes
- Insurance disputes
- Licensing violations
- Restrictive covenant violations
- Confidentiality violations
- Non-compete violations
- Shareholder disputes
- Internal separations and disputes
- Partnership disputes
- Mechanic’s liens statutory framework
- General and subcontractors’ rights
- Construction law disputes
- Real estate
- Filing requirements
- Notice requirements
- Landlord/Tenant disputes
Let the Law Office of Edward W. Freedman help protect you, your business, and your financial security by drafting, enforcing, and defending your contracts. Please contact our offices to set up a consultation with our contracts attorney and we will review your case.
Mechanic’s liens provide contractors and subcontractors with the legal assurance that they will be paid for their work and the materials they use on the job. They are strict requirements to the homeowner or company that is paying for the work, and once a legally valid lien is fixed to the property, it acts as a strong protective shield that can result in foreclosure if payment is not made. Edward W. Freedman is a mechanic’s lien attorney serving the San Diego and La Jolla, California area. He is highly experienced in the field of mechanic’s liens and will help protect your rights if disputes arise.
The Law Office of Edward W. Freedman offers honest, forthright guidance with an eye toward quick resolution and cost-effective advocacy for your case. We aim to resolve any disputes by settlement, mediation, or arbitration; however, we are fully prepared to fight for your rights and financial security in court. Some of the areas of mechanics liens litigation we represent include:
For contractors and subcontractors, there are many hurdles you must overcome to make sure you are protected with a mechanics lien. These include time requirements for notice and filing paperwork both before and after the job is complete. Mechanics liens are statutory, meaning that the rules of the lien must be followed, otherwise it may wind up being unenforceable.
Edward W. Freedman, Attorney at Law can help you navigate the complexities of mechanics liens before, during, and after any disputes arise. Offering legal representation in areas such as real estate and construction law, contract law, and others, Mr. Freedman will act as an effective advocate for your interests.
Please contact our mechanic’s lien attorney in San Diego for a consultation.
For more information on how we can help you protect your business with well-drawn, detailed contracts, please contact our contract lawyer for a consultation.
Challenges to Contracts
If you are ever challenged by an employee or business associate over a contract, you will need an attorney highly experienced in the field of contract law to protect your interests. The fact is, even if you consider your contract to be “rock-solid,” disputes can still arise. Should that happen, the Law Office of Edward W. Freedman will do everything in our power to ensure that your case is resolved quickly, and preferably by settlement, arbitration, or mediation. However, if your case ultimately ends up in court, we will give you the guidance and advocacy you need. Some of the contract disputes Mr. Freedman typically takes on include: