Denver Contracts Lawyer in Colorado

Feeling overwhelmed by drafting contracts or doing due diligence for a business? Worried DIY agreements leave you exposed?

We get it.

Corporate lawyers don’t fit small business budgets. Doing it alone is risky—you could sign deals that come back to bite you later.

Our Denver contract lawyers specifically help small and midsize businesses (SMBs) protect their interests when creating agreements and performing due diligence without outrageous fees.

Attorneys that translate confusing legalese into plain terms so you understand service contracts, leases, or partnership agreements. When needed, we suggest constructive revisions to cover your long-term interests.

Don’t go at it alone—partnering with contract lawyers in Denver provides peace of mind that your business is covered.

Reach out to learn more.

Denver Contracts Lawyer in Colorado

Colorado Business Due Diligence Law Firm in Denver

Dealing with intellectual property and technology transactions? Finding the scope of assets unclear?

Worried about infringement liability or data privacy?

Are due diligence questions piling up without good answers?

If you’re a software company or technical entrepreneur, these concerns may sound familiar. Few processes cause more uncertainty than assessing tradmark rights, untangling software ownership, and piecing together privacy protections pre-acquisition.

The risks only compound as deals progress. Yet thorough due diligence remains non-negotiable.

B&T Legal Group eases those headaches.

Our experienced attorneys conduct comprehensive due diligence tailored to software and technology deals—clarifying assets, catching risks, and ensuring intelligent transactions.

With sharp technical insight and legal expertise, we peel back layers of complexity around IP, software, cybersecurity, and data assets to reveal a clear picture for our clients.

The result?

Confident deals and transactions without surprises.

Whether an early-stage startup or enterprise-level software giant, B&T Legal Group offers boutique partner-level guidance to navigate high-stakes technology transactions and due diligence.

Let us put our distinct experience to work for you.

Confidently Conquer Contract Complexities

Don't Get Blindsided by the Fine Print

Seasoned Contract Attorney

Our battle-tested contract lawyers swiftly & skillfully guide clients through breach of contract & other business disputes.

Navigate Contract Complexity

We break down complex contracts so you understand before signing.

Cut Costs With Contract Clarity

We clarify agreements upfront to avoid pricey legal disputes down the road.

No Cost

We know your matter is important and we’d be happy to help.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation about your business.

We look forward to working with you.

Contract Services We Provide

Some of the business contracts we draft, review, negotiate, and advise upon at B&T Legal Group.

Sales Contracts
Service Contracts
Lease Agreements
Employment Contracts
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
Partnership Agreements
Operating Agreements
Joint Venture Agreements
Licensing Agreements
Franchise Agreements
Construction Contracts
Agency Agreements
Also known as purchase agreements, these contracts outline the terms of a sale between a buyer and a seller. They include details such as the product or service being sold, price, delivery terms, payment terms, and warranties.

These contracts define the scope, terms, and conditions of services to be provided by one party to another. They often cover project milestones, payment schedules, confidentiality, and dispute resolution.

Lease contracts are used when one party (the lessor) agrees to grant another party (the lessee) the right to use an asset, like property or equipment, for a specified period in exchange for payment.

These documents outline the terms of employment between an employer and an employee. They cover aspects such as compensation, job responsibilities, benefits, non-compete clauses, and termination conditions.

NDAs are contracts that require one or both parties to keep certain information confidential and not share it with others. They are often used to protect trade secrets, proprietary information, and sensitive data.

Partnership contracts establish the terms and conditions of a business partnership between two or more individuals or entities. They define how profits, losses, responsibilities, and decision-making will be shared among partners.
Similar to partnership agreements, operating agreements are specific to limited liability companies (LLCs). They outline the structure, management, and operations of the LLC, as well as the rights and responsibilities of its members.
When two or more parties come together for a specific business project or endeavor, they use joint venture agreements to outline their roles, contributions, profit sharing, and decision-making processes.

These contracts grant one party the right to use another party’s intellectual property (such as trademarks, or copyrights) in exchange for compensation or royalties.

Franchise contracts outline the terms under which a franchisee is granted the right to operate a business using a franchisor's branding, products, and processes.

Used in the construction industry, these contracts detail the scope of work, specifications, payment schedules, and timelines for construction projects.
These contracts define the relationship between a principal and an agent, outlining the agent’s authority to act on behalf of the principal in business transactions.