To run an efficient business, you need favorable contracts that govern your operations and commercial relationships. At H. Clay Parker, Esq. in Orlando, our firm drafts, reviews and negotiates all types of agreements for Central Florida businesses. When a dispute occurs regarding performance, we deliver strong advocacy in breach of contract matters so that you can obtain a satisfactory resolution and focus again on your daily operations.
Attorney H. Clay Parker IV provides comprehensive counsel for contract matters, skillfully handling key tasks such as:
With more than 30 years of experience, our firm can handle the most sophisticated contractual matters, including the creation and enforcement of employee noncompete agreements or other types of legal agreements.
If you believe that someone has violated the terms of their agreement with you or if you are being accused of a contract breach, we offer knowledgeable guidance on how to proceed. Our business litigation firm assists with all types of contract claims, including allegations relating to an alleged failure to make a required payment or violation of contract warranties. We look first to potential remedies provided in the document so that you can obtain satisfaction in a prompt, cost-effective manner. If this cannot be achieved, our firm works tirelessly to safeguard your rights in court or through an alternative method of dispute resolution.
Subjective standards and the unpredictable nature of construction work often lead to disputes regarding the fulfillment of contracts. We have a detailed knowledge of the laws that apply to construction contracts and can advise you of the best way to secure the relief you seek. Whether you are a contractor who is seeking fair payment or a property owner seeking promised services, our firm can maximize your chance for a positive result.
H. Clay Parker, Esq. advises Central Florida clients on a full range of contract matters, including negotiations and disputes. Please call 407-216-2504 or contact us online to schedule an appointment at our Orlando office. In cases related to civil or business litigation, we offer a $50 initial consultation.