Contract Considerations: Multiple, Wide-Ranging And Often Complex

Contract Considerations: Multiple, Wide-Ranging And Often Complex

We referenced contract disputes in our immediately preceding blog post, noting therein that a number of issues can arise between property owners and renters in landlord/tenant matters (please see our July 21 entry).

Of course, contractual disagreement is hardly confined to that single sphere of conflict, given the broad universe of potential business disagreements that can arise across a seemingly limitless scope of considerations.

Take the world encompassing commerce among businesses, for example. Contractual concerns in that sphere can range from feasibility studies, joint ventures and purchase sale/agreements to matters focused upon intellectual property rights, licensing agreements of various sorts, contractual interpretation, claims of breach and additional issues.

Disputes spanning a wide spectrum of issues can also arise concerning the relationships that are entered into between consumers and a host of service industries.

And who can forget about insurance-related matters, where differences of opinion are frequent and sometimes sharp?

In short, people and businesses enter into contracts all the time and quite often end up disputing some aspect of them.

Our attorneys at the East Valley-based law firm of Cook & Price, PLC, in Maricopa County well appreciate that, knowing that the matters that can potentially arise concerning contracts are as diverse as the parties that execute them.

The contract-related work that we routinely do is flatly comprehensive, ranging from contract negotiation, drafting and review to post-execution matters such as contractual interpretation, amicable dispute resolution and, when necessary, legal representation at trial.

Whatever we do for clients, our focus is unflagging and uniformly the same, namely, promotion of their best interests. We welcome your closest scrutiny of our lawyers and practice online at our Arizona East Valley Contract Dispute page.

Call Cook & Price, PLC today at 480-407-4440 or email us through this website.

2017-09-28T05:32:52+00:00 July 29th, 2015|Categories: Contract Disputes|Tags: |

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