Commercial Litigation Contract Disputes
Our civil litigation attorneys in Chattanooga represent both institutional and individual clients involved in commercial disputes. Cavett, Abbott & Weiss, PLLC handles partnership dissolutions, contract disputes, financing and funding disputes, insurance coverage issues, as well as general commercial matters. In our more than 60 years of experience, we’ve seen contract disputes come up in a number of ways. Unfortunately, they can quickly become complicated, leading to a potentially negative impact on you or your company.
Cavett, Abbott & Weiss successfully handle the following types of commercial litigation and contract disputes:
- Disputes over a contract’s terms
- Missed deadlines
- Failure to pay or deliver a product or service
- Failure to meet a contract’s terms or a secondary agreement, such as a lease, mortgage, etc.
- Lost profits
- Breach (of a lease, employment contract, services contract, loan agreement, operating agreements, etc.)
- Business torts such as fraud and tortious interference with contract
When clients dealing with contract disputes first come to us, they often have going to court on their minds. But they don’t usually realize that enforcing a contract with a lawsuit can be expensive. That’s why our civil litigation law firm may recommend the effectiveness of litigation as an alternative. It could be determined later in the process that it’s for sensible for the parties to agree to direct negotiation, mediation, or arbitration. Remember that if the contract dispute entails a significant amount of damages, a contract dispute lawyer at our litigation law firm can help propose settlement terms and review any proposed settlements in advance.
Please note that each lawyer has an individual practice, so check our individual attorney’s pages for specific practice areas. Whether your civil litigation case involves automobiles, premises liability, intentional torts, or business torts, we will fight for you.
At Cavett, Abbott & Weiss, PLLC, you can’t afford to go to court without us!®