Breach of Contract / Contract Disputes Lawyer
Contracts are the mainstay of every business operation. These are binding agreements with partners, vendors, employees and clients that outline the responsibilities of both parties. When a breach of contract occurs, it can damage your business and jeopardize your investments. Having an experienced contract dispute lawyer on your side can help mitigate damages and settle contract discrepancies.
There are two sides to any business contract and terms that must be met by both. Contract disputes arise when one side believes the other is not meeting their obligations under the agreed terms. In business contracts, it is likely that if one party does not hold up their end of the deal, the other party will be financially impacted. While a contract may be legally binding, the only way to ensure both parties honor their commitments when there is a dispute is to enforce the contract with a breach of contract lawsuit.
Types of Business Disputes
Since almost every aspect of business involves a contract, the scope of possible disputes is vast. As a party involved in a business contract, you may be pursuing a breach of contract against another, or the other party may file a lawsuit against you or your business. To find a reasonable solution to protect your business, you need an experienced business torts lawyer that can handle your case. Some of the common business contract disputes that occur include:
- Partnership/shareholder contracts
- Employee/employer contracts
- Supplier and vendor contracts
- Client contracts
- Lease contracts
- Real estate sale/purchasing contracts
At Conley Griggs Partin LLP, our mission is to pursue the best outcome for our clients in any legal matter. If your business is facing economic difficulties due to a contract dispute, contact one of our offices to schedule a consultation. We will use our expertise and experience in business law to protect your business and fight for a favorable financial outcome to settle your contract dispute.