Because the attorneys at Hanes & Bartels take a practical, common-sense approach to all matters, and are experienced in contract dispute litigation, we are also adept at contract formation and drafting. While all parties to a contract go into the deal with the optimism that no problems may arise in the future, if the contract is drawn with an eye to the many possible contingencies and problems that could arise, if those problems do occur, they are addressed in advance, and expensive or protracted litigation can possibly be reduced or eliminated.
Call us at 719-260-7900 to draft or review your contracts at the formation stages. A well-drafted contract can help to avoid litigation if matters donít work out in the implementation of the transaction.
Disputes and Litigation:
Most business disputes, and many other disputes, involve interpreting or upholding some kind of contract or agreement.
The attorneys at Hanes & Bartels have represented clients involved in a myriad of contract disputes and litigation for decades.
Don't wait until someone files a lawsuit. Contract disputes can quickly rise to the level of unnecessary litigation. The time to talk to an experienced attorney concerning a contract dispute is as soon as you realize there is a disagreement - before it escalates to litigation.
Many contracts require arbitration of claims and disputes. Some require mediation. Our attorneys are experienced in successfully resolving disputes through mediation and have a successful track record representing business and individuals in arbitration. If you are involved in a dispute and have a contract that includes a mediation requirement or an arbitration agreement, put our experience to work for you.
Our attorneys represent clients involved in contract disputes, such as:
Purchase and sales agreements
Business to business agreements
Lease disputes and litigation
Any type of real estate contract
Construction contracts (including AIA)
Licensing, marketing and distribution contracts
Business debt, commercial collections
Shareholder and partnership disputes
Fraud and deceptive trade practices
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