Mr. Witteman consults with and assists clients in negotiating and entering into contracts that will maximize a client’s advantage and minimize risk. The core terms of a contract turn on the nature of the particular business, and vary from business type to business type, and business to business. Such “business specific” terms must be carefully considered in light of the practice in the community and commercial reality. Additional common provisions also require careful examination, discussion, and negotiation, including non-compete clauses, termination clauses, personal guarantees, bankruptcy clauses, liquidated damages clauses, attorney’s fee provisions, arbitration clauses, and more.