From the preparation of templates through the mark-up and negotiation phases, we provide our clients with viable agreements that will serve their intended purpose. While the company is headquartered in Dallas, clients of Effective Agreements are located all over the Unites States.
Replace dated contract templates when they are no longer optimal for your company. Our contract drafting tailors your templates to specific industry and customer needs, with special attention to avoiding errors of omission. Effective Agreements has years of experience working with high-tech companies, including software providers, on contract template creation.
Agreement Mark-ups and Responses
Other companies will reply to your drafts with mark-ups to which you must respond. Our agreement drafting includes preparing responses, and providing you with an explanation of our suggested changes. Similarly, when the other side “holds the pen”, we provide mark-ups and explanatory memos that help you negotiate more effectively.
Successful review of the terms and conditions requires experience with many types of contracts. Effective Agreements has broad experience with both the commercial and more strategic agreements seen by high-tech and more traditional companies alike:
- Simple sales contracts
- Software License Agreements
- Distribution Agreements
- Nondisclosure Agreements (NDAs)
- Master Sales Agreement
- Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM)
- Strategic Distribution
(Exclusivity and Other Limits)
- Master Services Agreements and Statements of Work
- Value Added Reseller Agreements (VAR)
- Teaming Agreements
- Strategic Alliance Agreements
(Revenue Sharing, Co-marketing, and Business “Partnership”)
- Original Equipment Manufacturing
- EHR Licenses
- Development Agreement
- Co-Development Agreement
Effective Agreements is not a law firm and we do not employ attorneys, provide legal advice, or practice law. We deal efficiently with commercial terms and conditions on a day-to-day basis. Any materials drafted or reviewed by Effective Agreements should be reviewed by counsel licensed in the appropriate state.