Transactional Law

callout_trasactionalA contract is an agreement supported by mutual give-and-take. When one party refuses to give what it has contractually agreed to give and therefore owes to the other party, there is a legal dispute. To prevent such a dispute, it is advisable to have an experienced attorney by your side when you are negotiating, drafting, and reviewing your agreement, so that your rights are protected and interests are promoted in every way allowable by law.

Should a dispute nevertheless arise, CondorLaw is there to help you resolve the matter efficiently and effectively.  Sarah Patricia Condor is an author of a textbook on discovery strategies and tactics called “The Game of Discovery.” As a former University Professor, she is extremely proficient and effective in negotiation and dispute resolution.


We provide advice and representation in negotiating, preparing and reviewing all manner of contracts transacted with all types of parties, including, but not limited to:

  • Employment Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Customer Sales Contracts
  • Vendor Agreements
  • Manufacturing and Distribution Contracts
  • Commercial Property Leases

We provide services for individuals and companies in California. Such companies may be represented by CondorLaw even if they reached out into another forum state, and vice-versa, out-of-state companies can be represented when reaching into California to conduct business here.

Further, CondorLaw represents international companies trading with the European Union in the negotiation, dispute resolution, and litigation process. All contracts related to internet and e-commerce are welcome. Artists will no doubt appreciate Sarah Patricia Condor’s extensive literary background and her like-minded approach as a published author and poet. Along with her multicultural milieu, linguistic education and proficiency in several languages, her company takes a unique place in the legal market today. Condor Law provides excellent assistance in international intellectual property matters and all matters pertaining to artists’ interests.


A business dispute that is not quickly and thoroughly addressed can escalate into costly and time-consuming litigation which can have serious consequences for the company, from production time lost while dealing with the dispute to a financial damages award or other adverse judgment in court. We work to address and resolve your business dispute in the most efficient and cost-effective manner that meets your goals.

We encourage the use of mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) whenever possible. ADR methods often produce a favorable result in a faster and more cost-efficient fashion than traditional litigation. What is more, when parties have a stake in the creation of the solution – rather than having one imposed on them – they have a vested interest in its success and are more likely to follow through without the need for court enforcement or other intervention.

We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of contractual issues and business litigation, including, but not limited to:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Business Torts
  • Corporate Merger and Formation Disputes
  • Corporate Officer and Director Disputes
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Trademark Infringement
  • Theft of Trade Secrets
  • Wrongful Termination and Employment Litigation
  • Intentional Interference with Business Relations
  • Negligent Interference with Business Relations
  • Fraud
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Shareholder Disputes

California Contract Transactions and Litigation Attorney

For expert advice and representation, negotiating transactions or litigating disputes in technology, intellectual property, or any business law and contract matters in California and internationally, contact Sarah Patricia Condor, Attorney at Law for a free telephone consultation at: 562 405 1929 or personally in her Los Angeles office.

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