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Commercial Contracts

Contracts are essential legal instruments for managing your business relationships and ensuring stability for a company.

Our team has extensive experience in drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and providing consultancy on a wide range of commercial agreements. A contract is a legal bond created between parties, where the terms and conditions of the transaction are established, outlining the legal risks aimed at protecting the underlying interests of the operation. Our professionals provide personalised and well-structured contract drafting to ensure that the company can effectively achieve its planned objectives while minimising potential risks.

Areas of Activity for Commercial Contracts

We have expertise in drafting and preparing contracts in commercial matters. Here are some areas where our team can support you:

It is important to seek our assistance at an early stage of negotiations. Our professionals can support the entire negotiation process, from bargaining to contract drafting and conclusion.

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Contact us on 02 3056 5370. Our legal experts include:

Manuela Danza

Head of Operations and Legal

Vedi Profilo


First and foremost, ensure that the contract, in accordance with Article 1325 of the Italian Civil Code, includes all essential elements (agreement, object, cause, and form). The agreement between the parties should also regulate the scope of work, payment terms and timing, confidentiality clauses, intellectual property rights, and dispute resolution mechanisms.

After a thorough analysis of the characteristics of the economic transaction to be carried out, our lawyers will be ready to draft customised contracts to best meet your needs and protect your interests.

Our professionals adopt strategies to safeguard the client's interests during the contract negotiation phase. During the pre-contractual phase, we negotiate more favourable terms tailored to the client's needs, minimise risks, establish performance indicators, obtain guarantees, and proactively address any potential issues that may arise from possible non-compliance.

There are several mistakes to avoid in contract drafting, including ambiguous language, failure to reference applicable laws, regulations, or rules, failure to provide for the possibility of resorting to alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, and lack of clarity in specific clauses that may be deemed unfair. Seeking legal expertise ensures that the contracting party achieves the objectives set through a specific economic transaction.

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