In many ways, contracts are the very essence of business, and all business relationships are built on contracts to some degree. When disputes arise regarding the nature of a contract or what constitutes compliance with contractual terms, it is important for your business to have quality, experienced, legal counsel on your side to make sure your interests are protected.
Contractual Dispute Lawyers in Riverside & Irvine
For more than 10 years, the California business clients of Fernandez & Lauby LLP have trusted us to resolve their contractual disputes. Our breach of contract lawyers in Riverside and Irvine have the business and litigation experience to make sure your interests are protected in a breach of contract claim. Call 888-959-8508 or email us today.
Types of Contractual Dispute Cases
Contractual disputes arise in almost any business context, including:
- Business formations
- Business entity selection
- Operating agreements and bylaws
- Commercial real estate transactions
- Business dissolution
Other than the most technical, federal law cases like water rights and toxic issues, we handle all types of contract dispute issues, including disputed structure and intent of contractual terms, contractual violations, anticipatory breach and fraud.
Our contractual dispute lawyers do everything possible to resolve contractual disputes in the most cost-effective manner possible, always looking for the exact results our clients need. In some cases, we can use alternative dispute resolution forms like mediation and arbitration, which often save clients time and money. When this type of amiable solution is unavailable, we provide business litigation services to protect our clients' interests.
Contact a Contract Dispute Lawyer in Riverside or Irvine Today!
At Fernandez & Lauby LLP, Our contractual dispute attorney in Riverside and Irvine focus on finding cost-effective results that meet our clients' needs. As Riverside business lawyers, we adapt our approach to meet each client's exact needs. Call 888-959-8508 toll free, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with a Southern California business dispute attorney from Fernandez & Lauby LLP.
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