Business disputes do not have to lead to expensive and time consuming business litigation. San Diego contract disputes can be resolved quickly and cost-effectively by the experienced attorneys at the Watkins Firm. We take a unique approach to resolving business disputes that focuses on resolving things in the shortest possible time frame and in a cost-effective manner. The key to a prompt and efficient resolution is leveraged and productive negotiations. Our attorneys work to quickly assess the associated damages as well as the key issues associated with the business dispute. When we represent clients who are the victim of a breach of contract we provide advice on their requirement to mitigate the damages and other actions they must take to preserve and protect their legal and financial recovery options. For those who are alleged to have caused a breach of contract we review contract details and associated facts and work to develop a quick solution.
Most San Diego contract disputes are resolved without the need to litigate the case in a Court of law. Our attorneys use potential damages and other factors as leverage to gain the attention and cooperation of other parties and open productive negotiations. We have decades of experience here in San Diego, and our track record of success at trial lets the other side know you mean business and are prepared to take necessary steps. The threat of going to Court (and the associated time and expense) is a powerful tool to encourage productive and ultimately successful negotiations. We are usually able to negotiate a “work around” that meets our client’s objectives for the situation, while helping to resolve the dispute and move the transaction or relationship forward.
The goal is to keep business moving forward and to help our clients to maximize productivity and profitability. If you are searching for attorneys with extensive experience and expertise resolving San Diego contract disputes quickly and cost-effectively we invite you to call for a free consultation at 858-535-1511.