Arizona Business Contract Litigation Attorney
Every business requires a framework of contracts to ensure it is protected within the competitive environment of the marketplace. Business contracts exist internally, between suppliers, other business entities, and clients. When a contract dispute emerges, it can take time, money and extensive litigation to resolve. At QuinnLaw, we understand how disruptive a contract dispute can be to your business. If a contract dispute becomes a litigation issue, we focus on resolving the matter quickly to minimize expense, exposure, and disruption within your business.
Business contract litigation comes in many forms. Since business contracts exist between almost anyone who works for or with your company, when one is breached, it can impact various areas of your business. Breaches of contracts can harm your company’s reputation, impact your ability to serve your customers and reduce revenue sources, depending on the type of contract that is broken. Our team at QuinnLaw can help resolve business contract disputes quickly, giving your business protection from harm caused by actions or inaction of others.
Types of Business Contract Litigation
Employees, suppliers, partners, shareholders, property management companies and subcontractors are some of the entities your business can be tied to with contracts. Disputes and breaches in contracts can occur on both sides; you may be facing litigation from a supplier or employee, or it can be turned around in the other direction.
We handle most types of business contract litigation cases, including:
- Employment contract disputes
- Commercial lease contracts
- Finance contracts
- Partnership contracts
- Subcontractor contracts
- Client contracts
Whether you are pursuing litigation due to a breach of contract or need defense in a business contract dispute, our team at QuinnLaw has the experience and expertise you need to resolve the conflict efficiently. We understand contract disputes need quick resolution to reduce the impact on your business. Our litigators can negotiate on your behalf to resolve disputes and use the available legal tools to protect your business during litigation.