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Avondale Business Litigation Attorney

If your business is facing a dispute, retaining the services of an experienced Avondale business litigation attorney could be essential to the future of your business.

Our legal team at Phillips Law Group has represented many companies and business owners in a number of legal disputes. This includes Fortune 500 companies such as State Farm, Walgreens, Nationwide, Marriott and Home Depot. Our firm has decades of experience handling various business-related issues. Should you have a viable case, we are prepared to guide you during the legal process and keep you updated throughout.

Our initial consultations are 100 percent free and come with no risk or obligation to pursue a claim. We encourage you to contact us so that we are able to review your situation and discuss your legal options.

Give us a call at 1-800-706-3000. No upfront fees for our services.

Are Verbal Contracts Legally Binding?

Verbal contracts typically can be upheld in court if the basic elements of a legal agreement are met. This includes a detailed offer in which the offer was accepted, followed by an exchange of consideration. Every party involved also needs to be able to establish his or her side in a contract dispute. Although it sounds straightforward, being able to meet the requirements in these verbal contracts in court can be complex.

In most Arizona courtrooms, the statute of frauds requires that some types of contracts meet a certain criteria. A written memorandum of the agreement needs to exist in some form or another, however, the contract in its entirety does not have to be in writing.

Anything that is written down needs to be signed by the party, or by someone with authority to act on behalf of the party to provide a signature, demanding that the terms of the contract be met.

Business Litigation Disputes Handled By Our Firm  

For more than 30 plus years, Phillips Law Group has been helping many businesses in a number of litigation matters. This includes, but is not limited to:

Breach of Contract Claims

In any contract, both parties must agree to certain duties in order to meet the terms of an agreement. If a party misrepresents their obligations or fails to fulfill the terms outlined, the other party could file a breach of contract claim for damages. A contract could be voided if any party was a minor or mentally incapacitated.

Employment Disputes 

The relationship between an employee and his or her employer is governed under state and federal laws. Most employment disputes happen due to mistreatment, harassment or discrimination. Other related issues could include not being payed overtime for hours worked or not being given paid sick leave when required. 

Intellectual Property Disputes

The intellectual property of a business could include patents, copyrights and trademarks. Disputes that can happen when intellectual property is not being used correctly or used without the company’s knowledge. This could cause a number of serious financial hardships for any business that is victimized.

Landlord and Tenant Disputes

These kinds of disputes often occur when a landlord and his or her tenant disagree about certain things in the lease agreement. This could include issues related to rent hikes, property repairs, or an eviction notice. If a tenant is being discriminated against, such as for his or her race, sex, national origin, or religion, this could also be grounds to seek legal representation to help handle the dispute.

Partnership and Shareholder Disputes

These disputes can happen due to miscommunication and a lack of obligation on the part of the partner and shareholder. In cases where both parties are unable to make business decisions together, it is often because certain things were not disclosed properly at the beginning or there is a conflict of interest between one or more parties.

Need legal help? Schedule a free consultation with an Avondale business lawsuit lawyer today: 1-800-706-3000

Advantages of Hiring Legal Representation

Retaining the services of an experienced Avondale business litigation lawyer will help to ensure your best interests are being met when handing a business dispute. The last thing you want is to have to handle the legal process on your own and being unaware of potential legal setbacks.

These types of cases can be challenging and time-consuming. In fact, it could take several months to years for a business litigation case to reach a settlement or verdict. This is why it is important that you obtain legal representation. Our firm is prepared to work to obtain fair and just compensation and take the case to court, if necessary, to help protect your rights. 

Reach Out to Our Avondale Business Litigation Attorneys

Our attorneys at Phillips Law Group have been helping many individuals and companies in Maricopa County and throughout Arizona state with a wide variety of business litigation disputes. Our firm has represented numerous Fortune 500 companies over the past several decades. Our founding partner Jeffrey Phillips is an active member of the National Trial Lawyers Association – Top 100.

Get started today by requesting a free consultation. No risks or obligations involved. We do not get paid for our legal services unless we are successful in helping you to obtain compensation for your business. 

Learn more about your legal options by calling 1-800-706-3000 today.

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