A legal framework
Contracts are used in most business transactions. It serves as a framework where the different parties’ obligations and the contract terms and agreements are set out. Some specific contracts are purchase/sales contracts for services or goods, intellectual property agreements, employee contracts, real estate contracts and many more.
Unfortunately, contractual disputes are too common between clients, vendors, partners, organisations and even the government.
When contracts are breached or are in dispute, people often turn to Robertsons Solicitors for assistance. Contracts are not always straightforward, so solicitors that specialise in contract law are best to review the contract and circumstances. For instance, issues such as proving the meaning and intent of a contract or reviewing a contract’s enforceability can arise. If oral representations are made in connection with any contracts we consider how appropriate these are to the contractual dispute.
Robertsons Solicitors can offer you the peace of mind that your interests are being protected. In addition, we can pursue legal remedies for you through arbitration, negotiation, or targeted litigation if warranted. If necessary, we will guide you through the court process ensuring that you receive the best representation. If at court, matters can settle before they get to trial.
We will often be able to negotiate a settlement on your behalf in relation to the contractual dispute. We pride ourselves in fighting your corner and more often than not, we have obtained favourable settlements without court intervention. This means that we attempt to avoid you the costs and emotional turmoil of going through the court process.
Our qualified and experienced contractual litigation solicitors routinely handle various contract cases annually throughout England and Wales. We have significant experience handling complex cases involving consumer contracts, licencing contracts, commercial leases, construction contracts, asset-purchase agreements and many more. Our experience is expectational.