Business Law

The Gianesin firm has represented clients involved in numerous businesses and industries such as electronics, high tech, software, medical devices and products, financial services, manufacturing, and business services, among others.


The Gianesin Law Firm prepares, reviews, negotiates, and interprets all kinds of business contracts. We pride ourselves on preparing direct, thorough and understandable business agreements. Our goal is to ensure that every contract is written so that all parties fully understand their rights and responsibilities.

The Gianesin Firm assists clients with numerous kinds of contracts. Some examples include:

  • Asset or Stock Purchase Agreement
  • Business Separation Agreement
  • Buy-Sell (or Purchase/Sale) Agreement
  • Collaboration and Cooperation Agreement
  • Confidentiality Agreement
  • Consulting Agreement
  • Employment Agreement (Staff and Executives)
  • Indemnification Agreement
  • Independent Contractor Agreement
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Landlord – Tenant Issues
  • Lease Agreement
  • License Agreement
  • LLC Agreement
  • Loan Agreement
  • Management Agreement
  • Manufacturing Agreement
  • Merger Agreement
  • Non-Competition Agreement
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Promissory Note
  • Royalty Agreement
  • Service Provider Agreement
  • Severance Agreement
  • Settlement Agreement
  • Shareholder/ Co-Owner Agreement (Rights and Obligations)
  • Spousal Agreements (As they relate to business and succession)

Avoiding Disputes and Litigation

Disputes usually arise from miscommunication, a change of heart, or unfulfilled expectations. The best way to avoid disputes in a business contract is a carefully and thoroughly prepared agreement. Considering and communicating each party’s expectations and creating methods to resolve disagreements in your business agreement, substantially reduces the chance of costly business dispute. However, sometimes a lawsuit is unavoidable, so it is important to draft a business agreement which provides for payment of your attorney’s fees and costs if the other party has breached the contract and you prevail in arbitration or court.