Few things can cause as much dissension in a business relationship as a partnership agreement that is unfairly weighted in one direction or that fails to address common issues.
Contracts in business are very serious matters. You have to make sure that your company can uphold the terms of the contract when you sign one and you expect that the other party will uphold their end of the deal. When a contract is broken, or breached, businesses can suffer.
In the prosperous business environment of Phoenix, Arizona, deals are made daily between individuals and businesses. Many of those turn out well, to the financial benefit of both, but others go awry. The ones that go awry often result in each side needing to secure the services of a Phoenix, Arizona, business litigation law firm.
Sometimes business partners work well together. Sometimes, however, they have conflicts that require them to retain a law firm.
Companies that do business in Phoenix, Arizona, want to make money. Most do so ethically and legally. However, when a company operates in a way that is neither ethical nor legal, they may be guilty of fraud.
As a business owner, you will likely have the need to litigate certain matters over the course of your business. Making sure that you have representation in your corner that can protect your business and your interests is imperative. We know that you might have some questions about what you need to do in specific circumstances. We can help you to get the answers that you seek.
Owning a home, for many people, is both their most personal investment and their biggest one. After all, their home is where they spend each day and where they raise their family, along with being, for many, the most valuable thing they own. Unfortunately, the money that it takes get and retain a home draws sharks who are looking to take advantage of current and prospective homeowners. Homeowners who find themselves hurt financially by those sharks may need to engage a Phoenix, Arizona, business litigation law firm to protect their money and their home.
It is nearly impossible to go anywhere in Arizona -- or the rest of the country -- without seeing a sea of iPhones. Since its debut in 2007, millions have been sold across the globe. Now, an inventor is claiming that Apple stole his design and filed business litigation against the technology giant, seeking $10 billion in damages and 1.5 percent of the company's future revenues.
When times are good between two Arizona companies, it might seem as though it would be unnecessary to solidify an agreement. However, if one party stops acting in accordance with that agreement, and a resolution has not been found, filing business litigation for breach of contract might be the next step. As part of the proceedings, the court could first need to determine whether the parties had a contract in the first place.
When an Arizona military veteran wants to start a business, or already owns one, the company might benefit from government contracts. In fact, there is a law that provides for preferential treatment to veterans when it comes to such contracts. However, an out-of-state business filed business litigation against the Department of Veterans Affairs for violating this law.