Types of Business Disputes
There are about as many types of business disputes as there are reasons for two business partners to argue. Disagreements may take place between several people within the same company, between two or more separate companies, between contractors and the business that hired them — the list goes on.
Some of the most common types of business-related disputes we see here at Mauk, Miller, Hawkins PLLC are those listed below. Keep in mind, this is not a comprehensive list:
In business, contact disputes often take place between two business partners, but they may also occur between two separate businesses or a contractor and the business that hired them. In each of these scenarios, it’s important that your attorney is well-versed in business law, as well as contract writing.
Running a business with one or more partners is, of course, going to result in the occasional disagreement. When that disagreement is based in serious financial or legal concerns, though, it’s probably time to call an attorney. With the right representation, you may be able to protect your investment, your business, and — possibly — even your relationship with your partner(s).
Business breakups are never easy on the entrepreneurs that put their time, money, and energy into building their companies. Still, the legal aspects of breaking up a business can become much simpler and less stressful when you work with the right attorney. Allow us to make this difficult time a little easier for you.