Pennsylvania Contract Dispute Attorneys
In the business world, virtually nothing can be accomplished without the foundation of a clear, well-written contract. Just as a home cannot be successfully constructed without a blueprint to serve as a guidepost, a commercial transaction cannot be successfully made without a contract to define the relevant terms and regulations.
Consequences of Contract Disputes
There are numerous purposes a commercial contract may serve, but some of the most common types of business contracts include:
- Construction Contracts
- Distribution Agreements
- Employment Agreements
- Incentive Contracts
- Insurance Contracts
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Purchase Orders
- Sales Agreements
- Service Contracts
- Shipment Orders
While adherence to contracts is critically important for employers, employees, partners, shippers, buyers, and sellers, the parties involved are not always in agreement regarding their contractual rights and responsibilities.
Furthermore, while contractual terminology should be written in a clear and concise manner, in reality, the language used in contracts is often highly technical, convoluted, and prone to loopholes. For these reasons, contract disputes are not uncommon.
If your business is involved in a contractual dispute, the consequences for your company can be serious and long-lasting. As long as a contract dispute between a buyer and seller is in effect, the transaction is put on hold. The longer a deal is suspended due to a contractual impasse, the more time and money is lost to delays. The more time and money a company loses, the less able that company then becomes to:
- Hire new employees.
- Embark on professional relationships with new customers or clients.
- Purchase new equipment.
- Open new locations.
- Fund outsourcing.
- Launch new programs or departments.
Even when contract disputes are confined within a single business entity, such as in the case of a partnership dispute, the company can be plunged into a vicious cycle of unproductivity and financial decay.
Why Choose Berkowitz Klein to Settle Your Contract Dispute?
If your Pennsylvania business is being damaged by a contract dispute, you run the risk of losing everything you’ve worked so hard to build. Fortunately, you have legal recourse.
At the law offices of Berkowitz Klein, our Pennsylvania business attorneys have been representing companies, employees, and employers in contract dispute matters for over 30 years. With more than three decades of experience practicing commercial litigation, our highly qualified contract dispute lawyers have the expertise you need to resolve a financially destructive contract dispute, no matter how challenging achieving a satisfying resolution may seem. Over our many years litigating Pennsylvania contract disputes, we have helped thousands of clients to reach positive results.
In addition to being experienced, we are cost-effective. We understand that your business has already been suffered as a result of your contract dispute, and we are sensitive to our clients’ financial concerns. We offer flexible and affordable payment plans to accommodate budgets of varying sizes.
Not only are we cost-effective and highly qualified, we are also extremely accessible to our clients, wherever they may be located. While our offices are located in Malvern in Chester County, we serve the litigation needs of both local and out-of-area businesses.
Regionally, we serve:
- Berks County
- Bucks County (including Doylestown)
- Chester County (including Malvern and West Chester)
- Dauphin County (including Harrisburg)
- Delaware County (including Media)
- Delaware Valley
- Lancaster County (including Lancaster)
- Montgomery County (including Audobon, King of Prussia, and Norristown)
- Philadelphia County
We have also worked with commercial clients from locations such as:
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Our attorneys have extensive experience representing parties involved in contract disputes, and we will work hard to evaluate, interpret, and ultimately enforce your contractual rights. With over 30 years of expertise supporting us, the contract dispute lawyers at Berkowitz Klein have a strong and thorough understanding of business practices and procedures ready to apply to your case.
In a perfect world, litigation would never be necessary. Unfortunately, negotiation and mediation efforts are sometimes insufficient to solve conflicts and achieve results. When your contract dispute cannot be resolved by other measures, business litigation may be the best method of obtaining legal and financial closure, so that your business can move forward.
Your contract dispute is not going to disappear by itself. To bring the matter to a close, you need the assistance of the seasoned and aggressive Pennyslvania contract dispute lawyers at Berkowitz Klein. To arrange for a private consultation with one of our contract attorneys, call our law offices today at (610) 889-3200 (ext. 1), or contact us online.