BUSINESS DISPUTES & LITIGATION
When two parties do business, or attempt to do business, the proposed activity may not go as planned, and it ends up as a dispute.
A business dispute can be broadly defined as a situation where two or more parties end up having a difference of opinion which cannot be resolved amicably. In 2007 there were a total of 15,842 cases filed in Mississippi Courts for Business, Commercial and Contract matters.
It is generally true that a commercial dispute is won and lost before the parties have begun their relationship. Contractual preparation prior to engaging in business will determine where and how business disputes will be resolved. The choice of court, the proposed resolution and a host of other factors will make a marked difference to your chances of protecting your rights.
Not all business relationships have the benefit of extensive prior preparation, and hiring an attorney with the knowledge and experience of dealing with commercial disagreements will place you at a distinct advantage should your business relationship fail.
There are many types of business disputes. You may have difference of opinion about whether certain goods or services were supplied. You may feel you have suffered damages due to another party’s actions. You may think you are owed compensation by another. An amount of money may be in dispute.
When one or more of these events occur the parties can settle the matter in a number of ways:
A good lawyer will be able to advise on what course of action to take, and when. Clarence is experienced in all facets of commercial disputes and their resolution, and is well placed to advise his clients on the best course of action to ensure their interests, and profits, are maximized. If you want to speak to Clarence please contact him on 866.991.1555 or 601.991.1099 for a free assessment of your case. Alternatively you can reach him here.