Our lawyers routinely advise clients on all aspects of drafting and negotiating essential business documents. Our transactional clients range from some of the largest publicly-traded companies in the world to small start-up companies and multigenerational family enterprises. On an almost daily basis our transactional lawyers are drafting a panoply of basic business documents such as: deeds, mortgages, leases and other real estate document; credit agreements, security agreements and other related financing documents; employment contracts and employee benefit plans; intellectual property licenses and patent applications; oil and gas leases, operating agreements, North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) agreements, gas transportation agreements, and other basic oil and gas agreements; transfer pricing agreements and other tax documents; purchase orders, supply agreements and other basic contractual agreements between buyers and sellers of goods; as well as master services agreements, drilling contracts and related energy services industry agreements.

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