Business Disputes

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The purpose of a contract is to define the obligations that each party to the contract must perform. A well-drafted contract will clearly describe the obligations and the consequences for failing to perform the obligations. Contracts can be verbal or written.

Many business owners are eager to execute a business contract and get to work on their new venture, but it is critical to review the contractual terms and the consequences for failure to perform.

No one who signs a contract expects the other party to breach it, but it can—and does—happen. Whether the breach is intentional or caused by unforeseen events such as financial troubles, a well-drafted contract will offset your risk if the other party to the contract fails to uphold its end of the deal.

A well-drafted contract also minimizes the chances that the you and the other party will disagree over its interpretation. And if such a disagreement does occur, a well-drafted contract will clearly define procedures for resolving it efficiently.

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The purpose of a contract is to define the obligations that each party to the contract must perform. A well-drafted contract will clearly describe the obligations and the consequences for failing to perform the obligations. Contracts can be verbal or written.

Many business owners are eager to execute a business contract and get to work on their new venture, but it is critical to review the contractual terms and the consequences for failure to perform.

No one who signs a contract expects the other party to breach it, but it can—and does—happen. Whether the breach is intentional or caused by unforeseen events such as financial troubles, a well-drafted contract will offset your risk if the other party to the contract fails to uphold its end of the deal.

A well-drafted contract also minimizes the chances that the you and the other party will disagree over its interpretation. And if such a disagreement does occur, a well-drafted contract will clearly define procedures for resolving it efficiently.

Call 504- 383-8978 for a free 15 minute consultationCall 504- 383-8978 for a free 15 minute consultation
At Favret Carriere Cronvich, we have extensive experience representing small-to-medium sized companies and its management that need assistance, guidance and representation with business disputes.

We understand the stress that litigation can cause and know it is best if you hire a trusted law firm to help resolve your matter quickly and efficiently so you continue spending your time and resources on your business.

We pride ourselves on being available to clients and aligning our interests with your business goals.

If you are involved in a business dispute, please call us. We want to discuss your matter with you and help.

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