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Managing contract disputes – a quick guide for business owners

contract disputesContracts remain the lifeblood of any commercial relationship. Understanding how they work, and how they can be used to your advantage, will help you to stay one step ahead of the competition.

A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties. Contracts can be created verbally or in writing, and do not necessarily need to be signed. However, where any such agreements are not in writing, it can be a costly and uncertain process to establish each party’s obligations, and whether or not there has been any breach.

How to manage contract disputes

With contract disputes placing an unnecessary and unwelcome burden on your business, download our handy guide to managing contractual disputes to find out more about how to protect your business. 

Download our guide

Acting for both businesses and individuals, at Linder Myers, our commercial litigation team deals with a broad range of commercial contract disputes including:

  • the incorporation of standard terms of business or trade
  • terms and conditions of supply
  • agency and distribution agreements
  • contracts of carriage
  • complex commercial and cross-border agreements

Working with you to establish your commercial objectives at the outset, we provide practical commercial solutions that minimise the damage to your commercial and trading relationships and your reputation.

With such disputes often providing an opportunity to review your terms of business, at Linder Myers we can also ensure that any contractual relationships protect your interests and minimise the chances of a dispute arising in the future.

Contact our Commercial Litigation department today to find out more about how we can help you.

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