For Resolution Of Contractual Disputes

Contracts are at the heart of nearly all business operations and dealings. From the agreement between partners to establish a business to buy-sell deals with customers and suppliers, contracts set in motion the exchange of goods and services that make up the core of what a business is all about. Naturally, then, when something goes wrong internally or externally, one or more contracts are invariably involved.

Breach of contract allegations may arise over contracts such as:

  • Business formation agreements — Prevent conflicts that may come up later by getting your business off and running on solid footing.
  • Mergers and acquisitions — Clarify every detail before agreeing to merge with, acquire or sell out to another business. Resolve contract disputes that may develop over any related agreements.
  • Commercial lease agreements — Commercial tenants and business tenants may disagree on terms of a lease or a commercial tenant may fall behind in payments because of a business downturn.
  • Purchase-sale agreements — Business-to-business trade and business-to-customer deals fall in this category.
  • Service contracts for services rendered for or by external entities.
  • Shareholder agreements — People who invest in a business sometimes bring claims against the business for various violations.
  • Employment contracts, including executive compensation contracts, commission agreements and noncompete agreements

Trial lawyers at Smith DeVoss, PLLC, in Plano, TX, have represented countless Texans dealing with business disputes. We are prepared to fight for your rights and interests, while keeping your bottom line in focus.

For A Free Consultation About A Contractual Dispute, Contact Smith DeVoss, PLLC

Reach out to our Plano, TX, attorneys at 214-216-6133 to discuss a developing or potential contractual dispute. If you prefer, use our online contact form to inquire.