Since 1999, our founding attorney, Patricia Turnage, has been a licensed attorney and has resolved many business disputes for clients in the East Bay Area. Additionally, since 2006, she has been teaching business law, employment law and MBA risk management at the college level. As a result, she is very familiar with the intricacies of California contracts. Her knowledge of the law and contract language will help you resolve your dispute.
Call the Law Offices of Patricia Turnage at 888-359-9348 to have our knowledgeable, friendly team start working on your case. Our office is located in Hayward, California.
Written And Oral Contracts Are Binding And Could Result In Business Disputes
Oftentimes a business dispute arises when one party wants to get out of a contract he or she entered into. This could be a contract as basic as one written on a napkin, but the contract is still binding. Common business contract disputes we assist clients with involve partnerships and sales agreements, such as:
- Buying a business
- Purchasing a car
- Entering into a partnership
- Contracts entered into without having a lawyer draft them
- Oral contracts
We can review the contract with you and determine if loopholes exist or consider other methods for resolving the California contract dispute.
Creating Clear Contracts Up Front Helps Avoid Disputes Later
Sometimes parties try to save money by not involving an attorney in the establishing and drawing up of a contract. Later, when a dispute arises, they often realize that they would have saved money by involving an attorney when the contract was initially entered into. An attorney may think of items to include that the parties never considered should have been clarified in writing.
Clients hire Patricia to draft a variety of business contracts for them, including:
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Agreements between partners
- Business ownership contracts
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For strong representation in your business dispute, call us at 888-359-9348, or contact us online to get started.