Effective Resolutions To Contract Disputes
Business contract disputes can come in all shapes, sizes and degrees of complexity. Agreements between partners, vendors, franchisees, employers and departing employees are often called into question — and commercial litigation becomes a foregone conclusion.
Are you suing or being sued over a violation of a severance clause, noncompete or nondisclosure agreement, or nondisparagement provision in a contract? Were you victimized by faulty negotiation, drafting and review of a business agreement? Is the validity of a contract being contested in ways that could cost you control of your company?
If so, you can depend on our experienced Smith, Meier & Webb, LPA, litigation lawyers to aggressively safeguard your present and future legal and financial interests in court.
Each of our lawyers is a battle-tested litigator who sees each case from a trial lawyer’s point of view. Whether our goal is to negotiate a settlement or a victory at trial, we understand how to prepare sound cases that force opposing counsel to bargain fairly behind the scenes or face us in open court.
John D. Smith has an extensive trial background, having successfully tried more than 200 jury trials during his more than 30 years of experience. He is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
We provide quality trial representation to businesses of all sizes in Springboro and surrounding areas, and throughout Ohio, when a contentious contract dispute threatens to disrupt the smooth daily operations of your enterprise. The formula for our success consists of creative courtroom strategies, openness to our clients’ concerns, rigorous research, detailed investigation, a willingness to negotiate an outcome if possible, and the ability to convey convincing arguments to judge and jury alike.
Personal Attention To Your Contract Dispute
We welcome the opportunity to listen to your side of a breach of contract controversy. Contact Smith, Meier & Webb, LPA, today by calling 937-557-0128 or emailing our Springboro business litigation law offices.