Contract Types and Contract Arbitration and Mediation

Contract-Arbitration-and-Mediation1-300x296Are you currently in a dispute between one of your clients or suppliers and are considering legal action to assist in settling the dispute? Or do you need a contract drafted up for your business? Regardless of the needs of your business, contact one of our business contract management attorneys today at Campbell Law Group.

Mediation and Arbitration Counsel

One of our attorneys can act as a mediator to assist you and your business in reaching an agreement between both parties. The mediation services we provide include:

  • Business Partner Disputes and Agreements
  • Homeowner-Contractor Disputes
  • Contractor Disputes and Agreements
  • International Arbitration
  • Labor Arbitration
  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Family Law Arbitration

Regardless of the dispute, situation or issues concerning business contract management, a contract attorney can assist you through the litigation and mediation process

Types of Contracts

There are cases when a contract is necessary in order to protect your assets and business. If you need a contract to do business, then we can help you. A well-written, solid contract is necessary in order to keep the peace between your business entity, your clients, and to ensure your rights and assets are protected.

On the other hand, if your business currently uses a contract but you are unsure of whether the legal verbiage used is sufficient, our contract attorneys are available to review current business contracts as well.

We have experience working with and drafting the following types of contracts:

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  • Employment Agreement
  • Vendor Agreement
  • Client Agreement
  • Supplier Agreement
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Commercial Lease Agreement
  • Purchase or Sale Agreement in Real Estate
  • Distributor Agreement

These contracts are considered a legally binding agreement between two parties. All contract terms and conditions (also known as T&Cs) are laid out in a contract. Both parties sign and date, indicating that they fully acknowledge they are entering a legally binding agreement and agree to all the terms. During the contract drafting process, all terms and conditions are brought to the table and negotiated.

Contact Us Today for a Free Initial Consultation

The professional legal team at Campbell Law Group knows exactly what is needed and required in a contract needed to do business.If you currently own or operate a business and are considering having a contract drawn up in order to protect yourself and your clients, contact the Campbell Law Group today for a complimentary initial consultation to determine your business needs. Contact us at 305-328-9506 to speak with one of our attorneys today!

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Written by The Campbell Law Group

The Campbell Law Group

Regina Campbell, Esq. is the Managing Partner of The Campbell Law Group based in Coral Gables, Florida. Her prior entrepreneurial experience in building businesses has not only given her the opportunity to develop and hone her business acumen, but has also shaped her background and knowledge to better position the firm to serve and understand all of its client’s needs in an ever-changing global economy.