For more than 20 years, businesses in Florida and beyond have been turning to the attorneys of Tampa-based Barker | Cook for creative solutions to their breach of contract disputes.
Because we are a boutique firm, we are nimble. Our lawyers think creatively to present our clients with intelligent, innovative solutions that effectively resolve business disputes while saving clients the time and costs of court.
At Barker | Cook, we represent both plaintiffs and defendants in breach of contract disputes. Because we know both sides of the coin, we understand breach of contract disputes inside and out.
What Is At Issue In Your Contract Dispute?
When one party fails to perform the terms of a contract, breach of contract litigation can ensue. Breach of contract disputes can be hotly contested, and the terms of the agreement often determine the outcome of litigation.
The legal issues in a breach of contract dispute usually are twofold. First, the terms of the contract must be interpreted and the rights and responsibilities of each party clearly defined. The second step of the process is to look at the facts to determine whether a breach has, in fact, occurred.
Many contracts are complex industry-specific legal instruments that may require the use of experts to interpret terms of art and the true meaning of the language used.
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At Barker | Cook, we have a wide network of business professionals. Drawing upon these experts, we are able to find the true interpretation of a contractual agreement to determine whether a breach has taken place and, if so, the appropriate legal response.
In the case that a breach has occurred, monetary damages may be available to place the injured party in the position he or she would be in had the breach not occurred.
Prevent Future Litigation: Draft Smart, Concise Contracts
At Barker | Cook, we believe the best way to uphold a contract is by drafting smart, solid contracts upfront. When our attorneys draft contracts on our clients' behalf, we use clear, concise language and ironclad legal clauses that reduce the possibility of future litigation, ultimately saving our clients' time and money.