Roanoke Virginia Contract Litigation Attorney Stephen H. Kennedy Jr.
Contract disputes can often be resolved through negotiation, mediation and other non-litigious means. However, in those instances when the parties cannot come to terms, it may be necessary to resolve the matter in court. In those cases it is crucial to hire a knowledgeable and highly effective contract trial attorney.
Attorney Kennedy is an experienced and skilled contract lawyer in and out of the courtroom. Attorney Kennedy represents clients in all contract matters, business disputes and commercial transactions. If you have a contract dispute or other contract matter that is in need of attention, contact Attorney Kennedy for a complimentary, no-obligation case review.
Types of Contracts and Contract Disputes
It is often said that the contract is the heart of the legal system. Why is this so? Because the contract represents the meeting of the minds of two or more parties. The contract allows individuals, businesses, governments and societies to pursue matters of commerce and common interests.
However, when a party to a contract has a dispute or other contract matter, he or she is best served by an aggressive, competent and thorough contract litigation attorney. Attorney Kennedy represents clients in a wide variety of contract disputes and matters, including, but not limited to, the following list. For any others, contact Attorney Kennedy.
- Automobile and motor vehicle accidents
- Bad faith contracts
- Breach of contract
- Business contracts
- Class action lawsuits
- Confidentiality agreements
- Contracts for the purchase or sale of goods
- Construction contracts
- Commercial real estate contracts and transactions
- Corporate contracts
- Disability claims
- Employment contracts
- Estate law and planning contracts
- Franchise agreements
- Government contracts
Aggressive Contract Litigation and Free Case Review with Attorney Stephen H. Kennedy Jr.
It is always advisable to contact Attorney Kennedy at the earliest possible time so that he may intervene on your behalf immediately. Early intervention allows Attorney Kennedy to conduct essential research and begin case preparation immediately. Additionally, contract cases are subject to statutes of limitations and other time considerations.
Attorney Kennedy will always pursue the most positive and advantageous outcome for you. If your contract case can be favorably resolved without going to trial this will be brought to your attention as a possible option. Whatever course is pursued, whether negotiation or trial, Attorney Kennedy will be thoroughly prepared.