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Resolving a Contract Dispute

Resolving a Contract Dispute

Both businesses and consumers enter into contracts on a regular basis. Contracts can involve purchases of products or services, business-to-business transactions, real estate matters, and much more. One thing that most contracts have in common is that a dispute regarding the contract can be costly.

Contract disputes often arise when one party accuses another party of breaching the contract. A breach can involve a lack of promised performance or the failure to abide by the terms of the agreement, among other allegations. Contract disputes can result in losses or liability for parties, and it is best to resolve the conflict as efficiently as possible, often allowing the contract to proceed. A business litigation lawyer in Boca Raton can help you do just this.

Methods of Resolution

Not every contract dispute requires rushing into the courtroom. In fact, avoiding litigation can save parties time, money, and energy they could be dedicating to their businesses. Our litigators will first seek an out-of-court resolution that is mutually agreeable. We can negotiate with the other parties (or their attorneys) to reach a compromise.

If informal negotiations are unsuccessful, you might engage in mediation or arbitration, and your contract might even require that you do so. Reaching an agreement through mediation or obtaining a decision in arbitration can be quicker and less costly than litigation.

If alternative dispute resolution does not work, we might need to file a lawsuit on your behalf, or defend against a lawsuit filed by another party. You want a skilled litigator presenting your case and protecting your interests in court.

Speak with a Business Litigation Lawyer in Boca Raton

Contract disputes can involve many parties and types of agreements, but you always want to reach a favorable resolution in an efficient manner. To speak with a Boca Raton business litigation attorney at Rubino Findley, PLLC, contact us online or call 561.220.4213 today.



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