Contract Disputes Lawyer
Contract disputes are an almost inevitable part of running a business. While businesses rely on the predictability that contracts ostensibly offer, any number of factors — including mutual failure of the parties to understand their legal obligations — can lead to misunderstandings and ultimately disputes between businesses or between a business and its customers.
With more than 20 years of litigation experience in California and Nevada, attorney Elliot S. Blut is no stranger to advocating for a client’s position before a judge and prevailing in trials. At the same time, he recognizes that in the business world time is money, and in few cases does a client (or the other side of a dispute) truly wish to expend the financial and other resources necessary to fully try a contract dispute.
An Experienced California And Nevada Commercial Litigation Attorney, Committed To Results
At Blut Law Group, APC, our approach is simple but effective: Always be prepared to draw on our attorney’s considerable trial experience in the event protracted litigation becomes necessary, but aggressively pursue other options to help a client achieve his or her goals in a more time- and cost-effective manner. In some cases, we can resolve a dispute simply through sending a strongly worded demand letter. Other situations may call for careful negotiation in which the parties work toward a compromise. Knowing that our clients turn to us to get results, however, we never back down from the possibility of a protracted legal battle.
We resolve disputes arising out of common business contracts, which include:
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Service agreements
- Supply contracts
If you have doubts about your legal obligations under a contract, or suspect that the other party to a contract has breached its duty, the best way to protect your interests is to speak with an experienced contract disputes lawyer as soon as possible. Contact us by email or call our Los Angeles office at 310-220-0598 ( in Nevada) to arrange a confidential consultation with attorney Elliot S. Blut.