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Joint Ventures and Breach of Contract Law Firm

At Urban Thier & Federer, PA we are committed to offering our commercial clients direction and legal counsel for setting up joint ventures, business agreements as well as what to do in the case of a breach of contract.

Joint Ventures

An individual or business may find that a Joint Venture is an attractive opportunity to partner with another company or individual to gain access to new markets or technology quickly, perhaps as an alternative to starting another business from scratch or to making an acquisition.In a Joint Venture, both parties contribute assets, capital and/or skills and share in the profits and losses.

 

When considering a Joint Venture, every business owner should seek the counsel of an experienced Joint Venture attorney, such as those at the international law firm of Urban Thier & Federer. It is essential that you have a definitive agreement for the sharing of revenue and losses that meet applicable local, state and federal laws.  An estimated 75% of Joint Venture businesses operate on a global or international stage.

In these instances, an attorney with a working knowledge of international trade and commerce law, as well as the laws about a specific foreign county, is of paramount importance. The label of “Business Joint Venture” is a legal term that explicitly specifies the purpose, nature, and terms of the Joint Venture.  Using an experienced Joint Venture attorney to create an agreement protects you in several ways. First, the attorney will help you with due diligence in researching your prospective partners past Joint Venture history and in aligning both sides’ goals. Of particular importance is the assurance that both parties agree not to compete with the Joint Venture separately.

 

A Joint Venture attorney can draw on experience not only to protect and promote your equity interest and proprietorship, but also to help mitigate any future issues regarding taxation, liability, and responsibility for losses. A proprietorship is particularly important when assets or intellectual property is involved, so there are no arguments down the road about who owns what. A written Joint Venture contract is advantageous because it provides both parties with a clear record of the contract terms.  A good contract will include provisions for ending the Joint Venture, such as at the completion of the project, in case of bankruptcy, or in the event, one party wants to sell its half.

If a legal dispute arises over the contract terms, your Joint Venture attorney can file a lawsuit on your behalf, and the written contract can be used as evidence.

 

Breach of Contract

 

What to do with a broken agreement? We can help you deal with a contract dispute. Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. is experienced in handling contract breach legal issues. If you feel that you are involved in a contract in which there has been a differing of opinion regarding the interpretation, or it is clear that the terms of the contract have been breached, we can help. We offer legal counsel in domestic and international contract law and have experience with complex contract breach legal actions in both court and arbitration proceedings.

 

With offices located throughout the United States and Europe, we offer a broad range of business litigation and contract breach legal services. If you are facing an international or domestic business or real estate breach of contract, our attorneys can help give you direction on the viability of your claims as well as help you initiate legal proceedings related to the breach of contract.

 

Regardless of business entity structure or real estate transaction, our staff will create a plan to prosecute or defend the enforcement of contractual rights and duties. 
We can help in the following areas of business:

  • Services Contracts
  • Non-Compete Provisions
  • Contractor Law
  • Subcontractors
  • Fraud in the Inducement
  • Employment Contracts
  • Other contract matters and disputes

Real Estate breach of contract:

  • tenant/landlord violations and noncompliance
  • Residential lease compliance
  • Commercial lease disputes

Whether you have a small business, corporation or have concerns about real estate law, we bring years of experience with a team of competent legal counsel. Our goal is to help you preserve and protect your business and personal assets as well assist you in securing contract compliance.

 

Call our office today to learn more.

Attorneys:

John L. Urban

John L. Urban

John L. Urban is a founding Shareholder of Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. and is the managing shareholder of the firm’s Orlando office. He is based out of the Orlando office. Mr. Urban’s practice focuses primarily on civil litigation in the areas of business and contract disputes, commercial law, collections, personal injury, domestication and enforcement of foreign judgments, international law, real estate and probate, as well as transactional matters.

Carl-Christian Thier

Carl-Christian Thier

Carl-Christian Thier is a founding Shareholder of Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. Mr. Thier’s practice focuses primarily on German and United States international laws in the areas of contract law, taxation, tax planning, business entity formation and other business matters, with a particular focus on cross border investments between Germany and the United States. Mr. Thier practices law from the United States offices of the firm.

John J. Sweeney

John J. Sweeney

John J. Sweeney is an Of Counsel Attorney with Urban Thier & Federer. Mr. Sweeney’s practice focuses primarily on Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning as well as Elder, Tax, Business, Mergers, Acquisitions, and International Law.  He is a practical, business oriented lawyer who strives for solutions. He is experienced in setting up estate plans tailored to each client’s unique situation, including all manner of wills, trusts, and other estate planning tools and instruments.

Barry R. Fischer

Barry R. Fischer

Barry Fischer is an Of Counsel Attorney with Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. He is based out of the New York office. Mr. Fischer’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation with concentration on business fraud and financial fraud.

Joint Ventures and Breach of Contract Law Firm

At Urban Thier & Federer, PA we are committed to offering our commercial clients direction and legal counsel for setting up joint ventures, business agreements as well as what to do in the case of a breach of contract.

Joint Ventures

An individual or business may find that a Joint Venture is an attractive opportunity to partner with another company or individual to gain access to new markets or technology quickly, perhaps as an alternative to starting another business from scratch or to making an acquisition.In a Joint Venture, both parties contribute assets, capital and/or skills and share in the profits and losses.

 

When considering a Joint Venture, every business owner should seek the counsel of an experienced Joint Venture attorney, such as those at the international law firm of Urban Thier & Federer. It is essential that you have a definitive agreement for the sharing of revenue and losses that meet applicable local, state and federal laws.  An estimated 75% of Joint Venture businesses operate on a global or international stage.

In these instances, an attorney with a working knowledge of international trade and commerce law, as well as the laws about a specific foreign county, is of paramount importance. The label of “Business Joint Venture” is a legal term that explicitly specifies the purpose, nature, and terms of the Joint Venture.  Using an experienced Joint Venture attorney to create an agreement protects you in several ways. First, the attorney will help you with due diligence in researching your prospective partners past Joint Venture history and in aligning both sides’ goals. Of particular importance is the assurance that both parties agree not to compete with the Joint Venture separately.

 

A Joint Venture attorney can draw on experience not only to protect and promote your equity interest and proprietorship, but also to help mitigate any future issues regarding taxation, liability, and responsibility for losses. A proprietorship is particularly important when assets or intellectual property is involved, so there are no arguments down the road about who owns what. A written Joint Venture contract is advantageous because it provides both parties with a clear record of the contract terms.  A good contract will include provisions for ending the Joint Venture, such as at the completion of the project, in case of bankruptcy, or in the event, one party wants to sell its half.

If a legal dispute arises over the contract terms, your Joint Venture attorney can file a lawsuit on your behalf, and the written contract can be used as evidence.

 

Breach of Contract

 

What to do with a broken agreement? We can help you deal with a contract dispute. Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. is experienced in handling contract breach legal issues. If you feel that you are involved in a contract in which there has been a differing of opinion regarding the interpretation, or it is clear that the terms of the contract have been breached, we can help. We offer legal counsel in domestic and international contract law and have experience with complex contract breach legal actions in both court and arbitration proceedings.

 

With offices located throughout the United States and Europe, we offer a broad range of business litigation and contract breach legal services. If you are facing an international or domestic business or real estate breach of contract, our attorneys can help give you direction on the viability of your claims as well as help you initiate legal proceedings related to the breach of contract.

 

Regardless of business entity structure or real estate transaction, our staff will create a plan to prosecute or defend the enforcement of contractual rights and duties. 
We can help in the following areas of business:

  • Services Contracts
  • Non-Compete Provisions
  • Contractor Law
  • Subcontractors
  • Fraud in the Inducement
  • Employment Contracts
  • Other contract matters and disputes

Real Estate breach of contract:

  • tenant/landlord violations and noncompliance
  • Residential lease compliance
  • Commercial lease disputes

Whether you have a small business, corporation or have concerns about real estate law, we bring years of experience with a team of competent legal counsel. Our goal is to help you preserve and protect your business and personal assets as well assist you in securing contract compliance.

Call our office today to learn more.

Attorneys:

John L. Urban

John L. Urban

John L. Urban is a founding Shareholder of Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. and is the managing shareholder of the firm’s Orlando office. He is based out of the Orlando office. Mr. Urban’s practice focuses primarily on civil litigation in the areas of business and contract disputes, commercial law, collections, personal injury, domestication and enforcement of foreign judgments, international law, real estate and probate, as well as transactional matters.

Carl-Christian Thier

Carl-Christian Thier

Carl-Christian Thier is a founding Shareholder of Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. Mr. Thier’s practice focuses primarily on German and United States international laws in the areas of contract law, taxation, tax planning, business entity formation and other business matters, with a particular focus on cross border investments between Germany and the United States. Mr. Thier practices law from the United States offices of the firm.

John J. Sweeney

John J. Sweeney

John J. Sweeney is an Of Counsel Attorney with Urban Thier & Federer. Mr. Sweeney’s practice focuses primarily on Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning as well as Elder, Tax, Business, Mergers, Acquisitions, and International Law.  He is a practical, business oriented lawyer who strives for solutions. He is experienced in setting up estate plans tailored to each client’s unique situation, including all manner of wills, trusts, and other estate planning tools and instruments.

Barry R. Fischer

Barry R. Fischer

Barry Fischer is an Of Counsel Attorney with Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. He is based out of the New York office. Mr. Fischer’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation with concentration on business fraud and financial fraud.