Commercial Agreements and Transactions

In today’s ever-changing business environment, the foundation of a successful venture lies within effective contracts and transactions. Clear and detailed documents play a critical role in safeguarding your interests against potential disputes in the future.

At Oguz Law, we specialize in crafting professional and comprehensive contracts meticulously tailored to your unique needs.

We assist clients with a wide variety of agreements and transactions including, but not limited to:

  • Intellectual Property and Licensing Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreements
  • Partnership and Shareholders’ Agreements
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Employment and Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Employee Offer Letters
  • Loan Agreements
  • Lease Agreements
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Supply Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Co-Founder Agreements
  • Advisory Agreements
  • Software as a Service Agreements (SaaS) and Master Service Agreement
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    Expert Negotiation

    Specializing in business law, our lawyers bring a wealth of professional experience, precisely addressing your needs and requirements.

    Favorable Terms

    We are dedicated to securing terms that meet and exceed your expectations. Our lawyers meticulously review and work on each case to protect your interests and craft mutually beneficial agreements.

    Maximum Protection

    Given the dynamic nature of the business environment, strategic planning is essential to prevent uncertainties and unforeseen challenges. With a detailed analysis of your unique circumstances, we aim to provide you with a resilient foundation for your business and help you move forward confidently.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Oral agreements can indeed be binding contracts, provided they meet certain criteria such as offer and acceptance, consideration, intent, capacity, and legal purpose. However, oral contracts can be more challenging to enforce than written agreements, and certain types of contracts may be required in writing to be legally binding, depending on the nature of the agreement.

    Signing a shareholder agreement is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended for companies with multiple shareholders as it outlines the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of shareholders within a corporation. Having a shareholder agreement in place can help prevent disputes, clarify expectations, and protect the interests of all parties involved.

    Yes, you can change a shareholder agreement after you sign it, provided that the agreement itself includes a provision outlining the process for such amendments. Typically, this provision stipulates that any changes can only occur with the unanimous consent of all shareholders involved. In essence, the shareholders hold the power to alter the terms of the agreement as long as they collectively agree to the proposed modifications.

    Operating agreement governs relationships between members, obligations and liabilities of managers, voting requirements, and other matters related to the lifecycle of an LLC. An operating agreement is not mandatorily required to form an LLC. However, we recommend adopting an operating agreement if you have multiple LLC members.
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