It’s no secret: the key to all successful relationships is communication.
In business relationships, the guide for communication is a contract. However, disputes can arise even after a well-crafted contract is signed. Other times, parties have an imperfect contract or, occasionally, no contract at all.
When a dispute arises, it’s important to evaluate the facts, review the applicable law, assess the risks and benefits of various types of dispute resolution, and determine the goals of all the parties. In some instances, the business relationship can be salvaged. In others, it’s best for all to move on.
We’re Here to Help
We focus on resolving disputes among parties to a contract, corporate shareholders, business partners, joint ventures, and members of a limited liability company. If a dispute cannot be resolved through negotiation or mediation, we have experience litigating before the state and federal courts and arbitrating disputes before the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), the Independent Film and Television Alliance (“IFTA”), the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services (“JAMS”), and the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”).