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Business Dispute Attorneys In Miami

Last updated on June 12, 2024

Businesses are complex to run and handle, so disputes are almost inevitable. Whether a contract goes awry or partners disagree, these conflicts can impact a company’s operations and reputation. In such situations, having skilled business dispute attorneys is crucial for protecting your interests and ensuring a fair resolution.

Aaronson Schantz Beiley P.A. has extensive experience in handling business disputes. With over 40 years of experience, we are here to help Miami business owners. We offer personalized service and get a thorough understanding of each client’s unique needs. If you have contract disputes, our team of skilled attorneys is dedicated to providing solutions that align with our client’s business objectives.

Types of Business Disputes We Handle

Business disputes can arise in many forms, each presenting different challenges. Here are some common types of business disputes and examples:

  • Breach of contract: One of the most frequent sources of business disputes, a breach of contract happens when one party fails to fulfill their obligations as outlined in an agreement.
  • Franchise disputes: These disputes involve disagreements between franchisors and franchisees over issues like compliance with franchise agreements, royalty payments or territory rights.
  • Partnership disputes: Conflicts between business partners can arise from disagreements over business operations, profit sharing or the direction of the company.
  • Commission disputes: These arise when there are disagreements over the payment of commissions in sales-driven industries.
  • Intellectual property disputes: These involve conflicts over the use, ownership or infringement of intellectual property such as copyrights, trademarks and patents.
  • Defamation: It involves false statements that can harm a company’s reputation.
  • Disputes involving the purchase or sale of a business: These disputes can occur during or after the transaction and are often related to issues like valuation, contract terms or undisclosed liabilities.

By understanding the various types of business disputes and the potential impact they can have, businesses can better prepare and respond to these challenges.

Get Legal Counsel For Your Business Dispute

Aaronson Schantz Beiley P.A. has over 40 years of experience. Our business dispute attorneys are ready to resolve your legal matter in an efficient, effective and beneficial manner. Call us today at 786-600-6940 or send us a contact form. One of our business dispute lawyers will gladly meet with you in a one-on-one consultation.

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