Tailor Law is a law firm in Mississauga that provides a wide variety of services relating to contract drafting and reviewing: standard business contracts that protect you / your company / intellectual property, agreements between businesses, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), employment contracts andmore. Our team of lawyers are well-versed in crafting solid contracts so your business or corporation is protected. Tailor Law believes in supporting your business interests by becoming a trusted advisor to your company’s legal needs. Our lawyers are dedicated to your satisfaction and legal success.
CONTRACT LAWYERS FOR: BREACH, DISPUTE OR DRAFT
Contracts are a key component of business. It is essential to involve a trusted law firm like Tailor Law to ensure your long-term success. Contract disputes, breaches of contract, contract drafting, and more. Our lawyers will help you uncover the best solution. We are dedicated to our client’s and their legal protection so they can focus on growing their business.
Contract Writing & Reviews
Our team can review existing contracts or draft new documents to support your needs. We are committed to our clients success. We frequently uncover issues in contracts we encounter and can help with a variety of business legal services. From simple lawyer drafting services to strategic agreements between corporations or employees, get started with our free consultation.
Receive a full synopsis of your options for either amending or accepting the proposed contract given your business needs and objectives. We will protect your interests by ensuring that you understand the complete ramifications of the contract and we will ensure you are aware of any future implications of the contract.
Our legal representatives will provide a high quality, timely review of your documents, and will provide effective, accurate advice. Common needs include:
- Service Contracts
- Shareholder Agreements
- Purchase of Sale
- Commercial Lease
- Employment Contracts
- Separation and Child Orders
- Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
- Legal Opinions
Breach of Contract
A breach of contract occurs when a party to a contract does not meet or uphold their contractual duties. If a contract is not met, the innocent party may have a cause of action for damages. Numerous statutes that govern breach of contract issues, including the Canadian Business Corporations Act,Criminal Code, Construction Lien Act and Court of Justice Act.
To avoid a breach of contract, you may want Tailor Law to review the contract before you sign it, so that you are aware of what you are signing and obligated to perform once you sign the contract. If someone that you are in a contractual relationship with breaches their contractual obligations, then you can contact Tailor Law to help you in your action to try and remedy the issue.
There are a number of remedies for a breach contract claims including monetary compensation to reimburse the money that has already been paid in the contract or to remedy the damages that have been caused. The courts may also demand that the parties of the contract fulfill their contractual obligations.
Contracts can be created through writing, a handshake or even unknowingly. At Tailor Law, we can help you review your contract to avoid disputes. We can also draft and negotiate contractual terms until all parties of the contract are in agreement. However, if a contract is being disputed, our team at Tailor Law can represent you and try our best to get you the result that you want.
Legal Requirements For Hiring
What are the legal requirements for a job advertisement? What questions can I legally ask a job candidate? How do I make an employment offer? How do I say ‘no’ to a potential candidate without being sued?
While hiring is familiar territory for many employers, the legalities of hiring are not. Bad decisions made during the hiring process can be very costly to the employer. Tailor Law can assist with all aspects of the hiring process to ensure compliance. Our services include designing custom hiring plans, training your hiring managers and drafting employment agreements