Helping Businesses In Florida With Conflicts, Litigation And Contract Disputes
Life comes with obstacles. In the fast-paced world of commerce and business, sometimes those obstacles escalate into conflict. When that happens, The Law Firm of Douglas G. Jackson can make a difference. Our legal team, led by attorney Douglas Jackson, assists clients in St. Petersburg and surrounding areas with all aspects of business law. Beyond business transactional matters, our versatile legal team can also help when business entities are facing conflicts and litigation.
Business Litigation: When Businesses Have To Navigate Conflict
When it comes right down to it, conflicts and disagreements can arise from almost any business transaction, including:
- Business contract disputes
- Business torts or intentional or negligent wrongful acts committed against business entities
- Partnership or shareholder disputes
- Construction or real estate litigation
- Employee disputes and employment-related litigation
- Misappropriation of trade information and secrets
- Claims of unfair competition
Whether your business entity has found itself being wronged by another or accused of wrongdoing, our business law attorneys and litigators can help.
When Contracts Lead To Disputes And Litigation
By design, contracts are drafted to govern future happenings between two parties and anticipate potential pitfalls. Our business transaction attorneys work with clients to mitigate potential conflicts and safeguard their financial stability and profitability. However, as much as we might try, it is impossible to predict and plan for every single thing that could go wrong between the parties of an agreement, and sometimes, conflicts arise.
Some common contract disputes that lead to litigation include:
- Buy-sell agreements
- Shareholder and partnership agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Commercial leases
Contract disputes erupt when a party to an agreement disagrees with the other party or parties. A dispute usually equates to a breach of the contract, which means one party failed to comply with their respective responsibilities that they agreed to fulfill under the contract’s terms.
For Assistance With Business Conflicts And Contract Disputes, Call Today.
If your company or business has found itself in the midst of a conflict and/or needs assistance with a business litigation matter, please reach out. Schedule a free consultation by calling 727-591-3130 or sending an email through the online form.