Serving Arkansas Clients For More Than 50 Years

Skilled Legal Advocacy In Business Contract Disputes

Contracts are at the foundation of many business ventures. They set expectations and outline obligations for all parties involved. When one party fails to uphold their end of the bargain – or when disputes arise as to the interpretation of the agreement – your rights and interests could be in jeopardy.
At Richard Mays Law Firm PLLC, we can help you address contract disputes in a manner that protects your business and resources. As a boutique local practice in Little Rock, Arkansas, we provide efficient and cost-effective legal services backed by more than 50 combined years of experience. Our clients include small to large businesses in industries ranging from agriculture, oil and gas, and utilities to technology, wholesale and retail.

We Can Address Any Type Of Business Contract

Numerous types of contracts come into play during the life cycle of a business. Our lawyers handle disputes involving any type of business contract, including:

  • Employment contracts
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Confidentiality / nondisclosure agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Vendor contracts
  • Severance agreements
  • Commercial real estate and development contracts
  • Licensing agreements

We are familiar with the challenges presented by complex or high-stakes business litigation, including contract disputes. We make it a priority to protect clients’ interests at all stages of the proceedings, whether in settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration or court. Our attorneys are skilled litigators with extensive experience advocating for clients’ interests.

Proactive Guidance On Contract Drafting And Dispute Avoidance

When it comes to drafting and entering contracts, the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney can pay dividends in avoiding ambiguities or costly disputes down the road. We can help your business minimize risk by drafting and reviewing contracts and implementing proactive dispute avoidance measures to prevent future litigation. We also provide guidance on business formation to lay the groundwork for success.

Discuss Your Business Contracts With An Attorney At Our Firm

Whether you need guidance on preventing a contractual dispute or addressing one that has already arisen, we can help. Here, you can expect knowledgeable, reliable legal counsel and attentive service. Get in touch with our team by sending us a message online or calling our firm at 501-451-5405.