Contract Negotiation & Drafting

Axley contract attorneys negotiate, prepare and advise clients with regard to contracts relating to virtually all types of transactions and business dealings. Since almost every business and personal transaction involves some type of contract or, in many cases, multiple contracts, the ability to understand and advise clients on all aspects of these contracts is critical.

Axley attorneys work with our clients to understand the transaction and the client’s needs so that the client fully understands all aspects of the contracts which impact their businesses and their personal lives every day. Our attorneys have the experience, expertise and skill to negotiate and prepare contracts which clearly and concisely deal with all aspects of the transaction, accomplish the client’s goals, protect the client, and anticipate issues which may be important but not obvious, and which will stand up to legal challenges in the future.

Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Contract Negotiations, Performance Issues and Claims Avoidance/Resolution
Regularly represents clients on contract negotiations, performance issues and claims avoidance and resolution
Contract Negotiation and Drafting for Major Landfills
Handled the negotiation and drafting of contracts for two major landfills in Wisconsin while representing municipalities.
Contract Preparation - $200M Manufacturing Facility
Represented owner preparing contract documents for $200 million dollar manufacturing facility

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