Contract Disputes

After a contract is formed, and both parties have agreed on the terms and signed, the terms of the agreement are binding on both of the parties.  If one party fails to perform, the remaining parties have the legal right to enforce the terms of the agreement.  Even though there is legal recourse, contract disputes are not rare.  Disputes commonly occur because one party has simply failed to perform as promised.  Other times, a dispute arises over the meaning of one of the terms of the contract.  Sometimes, a dispute can involve multiple contracts, multiple parties, and a wide variety of legal issues. 

Regardless of the situation, our firm is equipped to represent you and your legal rights under the contract.  Whether the venue is state court, federal court, arbitration, or mediation, we can defend or enforce your rights during a contract dispute.  Just as important, we can provide you with an open and honest assessment of your rights under the contract, the likelihood that you will prevail, and the costs involved in proceeding, so that you can make the best informed decision on how to move forward with your case.

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