Litigation & Dispute Resolution Services

 

When it comes to litigation, there is no substitute for experience. We have it.

Opponents know we won’t hesitate to take a case to trial; clients know we are forceful, fearless advocates for their best interests. We know better than anyone how to quickly assess risk, identify winning arguments, staff leanly and get results. We practice in an efficient manner and in doing so we create real value for all our clients.

Whether through timely use of innovative alternative dispute resolution techniques or skillful and persuasive advocacy in the courtroom, you can count on Midtown Law to maximize your prospects for a successful outcome. We also work with you to assess and manage your risks in relation to the legal costs of the dispute and to seek to minimize the likelihood of future litigation.


Common Areas of Litigation

Business Disputes

We have experience assisting our business clients with a number of different types of disputes including breach of contract, corporate governance disputes, trademark disputes, and related issues.  We regularly appear in the Superior Court and Arizona District Court for our business clients to resolve these types of disputes.

Contract Disputes

We act for business clients who have disputes with suppliers, vendors or customers over a variety of issues including non-payment and non-performance. These disputes typically turn on the legal interpretation of the meaning of the words in the contract that apply to the conduct in question.

Anyone who believes they are the victim, or will be the victim, of a breach of an important contract should seek legal advice quickly in order to determine how best to respond.  You may have options, based on the nature of the contract and type of contractual breach, to rescind the contract and seek damages or alternatively seek an order for ‘specific performance’.  In other breach of contract cases, you may only be entitled to a more limited remedy such as damages and you may still be required to continue performing your duties under the contract.

Inappropriately terminating your own duties in response to the other party’s breach may allow the other party to seek breach of contract damages against you or limit the types of remedies you can seek against them.

Midtown Law represents both individuals and business clients in breach of contract cases. If you have suffered economic harm due to another party’s breach of a contract with you, we can assist you. Contact us.







 
 
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