Breaches of Contract
In an ideal world, anyone part of a contract would clearly understand his or her role and work hard to uphold his or her end of the bargain. Unfortunately, this does not always happen, and this is referred to as a "breach of contract." Once a contract has been breached, the party who has been wronged may pursue legal action in order to rectify the problem, including fighting for losses, canceling the contract, or forcing the other party to comply.
There might come a time when lack of planning or disagreement among partners halts progress in the business. When this issue cannot be resolved on your own, a lawyer can be contacted in order to move the process along and work toward a resolution. It might be necessary to end the business relationship or close the business if you cannot resolve your dispute, so a lawyer’s insight can be very valuable.
Unfair Business Practices
Allegations against a business regarding unfair practices can damage your reputation and profits. That’s why getting help as soon as possible is so important. Some of the most common issues in these cases include:
- Price discrimination
- Conspiring to allocate customers or markets
- Monopolizing a market
- Trying to fix market prices
- Untrue or misleading advertising
Preparation & Planning Count
Careful planning and strategy is the cornerstone of any business dispute management strategy. In the event that a conflict arises, your ability to handle it as effectively and efficiently as possible can have a significant impact on how the dispute influences the business. Imagine a long, drawn-out dispute and how it might influence your company's ability to make money and continue operations in the interim. We investigate all opportunities for dispute resolution including both mediation and negotiation. Wherein effective settlement cannot occur outside of court, we craft a compelling strategy to represent your interests and increase the chances of a successful recovery.