Contract Disputes

What is a contract dispute? If someone or some company claims you owe them a certain amount of money, and you disagree, that is a classic example of a contract dispute. If a vendor refuses to honor a written warranty, that is also a contract dispute. In essence, any disagreement between two people, between one person and a company, or between two companies that is based on an agreement, whether in writing or oral, is likely a contract dispute.

We always work hard and smart, and that is equally true regarding our contract matters. Our firm effectively and efficiently analyzes the relevant facts and documents; we then quickly assess the case’s strengths and weaknesses. We file lawsuits and we defend lawsuits. We write demand letters and we write responses to demand letters. In short, we are prepared to litigate when appropriate, and we are equipped to negotiate when that approach is more effective.

We bring our proven boutique approach to our contract dispute clientele. This means our clients do not deal with layers of gate keepers – secretaries, assistants, paralegals. Our clients communicate directly with their attorney. We strive to be direct and responsive. We understand that our clients do not want to wait, they want answers. We strive to provide efficient and responsive representation.