In the business world, not everything is going to be smooth sailing. Unfortunately, disputes occur, including contract disputes. There may be financial issues or some other event that prevents a contract from being adhered to and carried out. In an ideal world, all contracts will be executed, celebrated, performed, and terminated to satisfaction without any issues. In fact, most contracts are performed satisfactorily on a daily basis. Since contracts are based on human trust and intent, they have great potential of being flawed or ending up botched. Improper construction of a legal agreement is one of the many issues that Simons Law Group, PLLC, may detect when taking on a case involving a business contract. The more valuable the transaction implied in a contract, the greater the chance of something going wrong.
The Sensitive Art of Establishing Mutual Compromise.
In the most common contract negotiation scenario, both parties will need to come to an agreement on what they are willing to compromise in order for the most mutually beneficial result to be possible. To come to the same understanding with another business about what sort compromise your organization would make would be equal to theirs, detailed risk calculation is necessary.
Unfortunately, negotiations do not always guarantee the order that they are meant to establish. When two parties come to a disagreement about whether or not their respective legal rights in a prior negotiation were honored, litigation might be the only course of action to remedy things.
Simons Law Group, PLLC, is here to help you make it through the negotiation and litigation processes as efficiently as possible. Contact one of our experienced Florida business attorneys, if you have questions about, or need help with any of the following.
- Formation of Contracts
- Contract Disputes
- Employment Disputes
- Oral Contract Disputes
An experienced Florida business law attorney can be vital for helping you ensure that your business’s rights are fairly honored in all agreements and potential suits. If you have questions about breach of contract, potential fraud, non-performance, statute of limitations, and other business issues, contact Simons Law Group, PLLC, today