For companies that do not have internal manufacturing and distribution capabilities, partnering with third-party entities often provides the most efficient and cost-effective option for getting their products to market. It is often necessary to allow manufacturing and distributing partners to have access to sensitive intellectual property and trade secrets in these arrangements. Be sure that appropriate steps are taken to ensure that the information is protected.
Creating A Foundation For Growth
In the process of establishing any manufacturing or distribution agreement on behalf of a client, we take a comprehensive approach that considers all of your business interests, including quality assurance, delivery schedules and other issues. We write the agreements in clear language that is appropriate to your needs and provides the greatest level of protection available.
A primary focus of our manufacturing and distribution agreements is protecting your company’s intellectual property. We customarily include non-disclosure clauses in the contracts we draft and develop complete non-disclosure agreements when appropriate. We are committed to securing the agreements you need to grow your business, without compromising the integrity of your intellectual property.
Serving Sales Representatives Seeking Unpaid Commissions
Prior to launching his intellectual property law practice, attorney Warren V. Norred ran a sales organization for 10 years. He has experienced firsthand the challenges sales representatives face when the companies they represent fail to pay agreed-upon commissions. Texas law is clear with regard to the companies’ obligation in these cases. Mr. Norred has won lawsuits seeking unpaid commissions on behalf of his own organization, and he is prepared to put that experience to work for you.
Providing Customized Agreements For Businesses Throughout The Country
Business laws vary considerably from state to state. Our Dallas-Fort Worth attorney prepares distribution and manufacturing agreements customized specifically to accommodate the laws in your state and address your unique concerns. Call 817-704-3984 or contact us via email to learn more about how we can help you.