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Business Contracts: Drafting, Negotiating, Formalizing And Resolving Disputes

A contract is a fundamental building block for any successful business. It is essential to protecting your business. A contract can help each party understand what is expected of them, and can set out enforcement mechanisms in case a party violates, or breaches, the contract. A contract lets you or your business take legal action if a customer, supplier or any individual or entity violates an essential part of your agreement.

At Herndon, Coleman, Brading, & McKee, LLP, our lawyers assist individuals and businesses create and formalize necessary contracts to protect their rights and clarify the rules of doing business with other people and businesses. We also advise clients who seek resolution for breaches of contract by other parties. For nearly 100 years, our firm has delivered effective solutions for our East Tennessee neighbors who need a new contract or who need to enforce an existing contract.

RESOLVE YOUR BREACH OF CONTRACT DISPUTE

In the business world, breaches of contracts often involve a failure to pay as promised, to deliver, or to provide services. If someone or some business breaches a contract, it may mean that they:

  • Ordered goods or services but did not pay for them as promised
  • Received orders for but did not provide the required goods or services r to a customer or to another business
  • Delivered the wrong or damaged goods in response to an order
  • Delivered materials or services too late to be useful; this can be especially problematic in the context of construction contracts

At Herndon, Coleman, Brading, & McKee, LLP, our civil litigation attorneys are prepared to help clients resolve breach of contract claims constructively and in a cost-effective manner. We can help you through any necessary negotiations, mediation, and at trial.

Let Us Evaluate Your Breach Of Contract Case

Herndon, Coleman, Brading, & McKee, LLP, is here for you when your business’ cash flow is at risk because of a breach of contract. We can also help business partners, owners and shareholders in resolving internal disputes and, when necessary, dissolving businesses or partnerships.

Call 844-678-9750 or send an email inquiry to schedule a consultation.