Central Florida Business & Commercial Litigation Lawyer
Protecting Your Business and Commercial Interests
If you are involved in a business or commercial dispute that you have not been able to resolve through informal negotiations, you may need a lawyer to help you protect your business interests.
At Clinton Paris, P.A., in Riverview, we help clients with a variety of business and commercial disputes, including construction disputes, contract disputes, internal corporate disputes and more. Contact us to discuss your legal rights and options with experienced litigator Clinton Paris.
Standing Up for Your Contractual Rights
Contracts, which are legally enforceable agreements, enable companies to run smoothly by allowing businesses and individuals to memorialize what is expected from each party to the agreement. However, contract disputes can arise when one party is unable or unwilling to honor the contract, or when the parties disagree on how the contract should be interpreted.
Perhaps you entered into a contract with a landscaper who is not doing the work that was promised. Maybe you entered into a contract for the delivery of goods, and goods have either not arrived or have arrived damaged. Maybe you made an agreement, but circumstances have changed and you can no longer follow through.
We can help you address situations like these and protect your rights under Florida contract law.
Handling Disputes Between Companies, Owners and Directors
When control and management of a corporation, limited liability company (LLC), partnership or other business entity leads to conflicts, litigation may be necessary in order to resolve those conflicts and allow the business to move forward.
We represent corporate entities, their board members, partners and other stakeholders in disputes over control, management, profits and other issues. Attorney Clinton Paris is experienced at business litigation as well as the negotiation and transaction of solutions such as dissolving or restructuring business entities. Call us at 813-413-6800 or e-mail us to discuss how we can help you with a business dispute.