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Contract Disputes

The term contract means agreement, and a contract may be written or oral. Some contracts must be written to be enforcible. A properly negotiated contract anticipates most possible events, and then tells the parties what to do. Some contracts are not thoroughly negotiated because the money does not exist when the contract is drawn to fund lawyer fees to review the contract. In some contracts, events are simply not anticipated, and something unusual may happen. Kevin Luibrand is experienced in analyzing and interpreting contract terms, and guiding people through whatever issues are presented by a contract. He helps strategize contract issues, and advises people and businesses on how to navigate a contract to achieve a desired goal or result.

Types of contracts and issues:

  • Kevin Luibrand has represented people on the below contract types and issues:
  • Real estate contracts
  • Lawyers interpreting partnership language
  • Employment contracts
  • Doctors strategizing to leave a practice and start a new firm
  • Businessmen determining whether actions by a manager violate contract terms
  • A mother trying to get her insurance company to pay for her childrens' life-threatening medical care