When in a commercial relationship with another business or a consumer, the terms of this relationship will probably be set out in a contract, whether this is in writing or made verbally, or even just implied through the parties’ actions. Contracts are in place to ensure that the parties are aware of their obligations to one another and also to ensure that you can put things right when a party fails to meet these obligations. Working out the terms and what you can do to enforce them can be difficult.
Perhaps someone you have contracted with has not performed their obligations under the contract, or perhaps someone is accusing you of the same thing.
If you have a dispute that involves a contract, whatever that may be, and whether you have an allegation against someone else or someone has made an allegation against you, Rubin Lewis O’Brien are here to assist.
At Rubin Lewis O’Brien we can guide you through the dispute process to a successful conclusion.
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