Contracts are possibly the most essential element in the business world. They provide the framework by which all parties obligate themselves and secure rights. When contract disputes arise, it can threaten not only the continued success of your business but its very existence as well.

You need to take immediate and effective action to protect yourself and your business when a contract dispute occurs. Our attorneys bring an exceptional level of skill and experience. Glenn S. Cameron is a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer who is rated AV Preeminent* by Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.

The firm is committed to excellence in the area of commercial representation to businesses and their owners who are facing disputes related to:

  • Contractor/subcontractor disputes
  • Employment contracts
  • Real estate contracts
  • Vendor agreements
  • Purchase/sale agreements​​

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Today’s business environment has become very complex and so too has the litigation associated with it. The attorneys at Cameron & Marroney, PLLC have substantial experience in complex business disputes. We have the skill and judgment needed to ensure that the firm’s clients achieve a cost-effective, efficient resolution to their business disputes. At some point, most businesses, both large and small, will be involved in disputes whether it’s to compel another to perform contractual obligations or defend against wrongful allegations.

Cameron & Marroney, PLLC can help you and your business with it’s litigation needs. If you have been sued for failure to comply with a contract or a breach of warranty we can provide the appropriate defense to protect you and your business. We can also help your business by bringing claims against those who have breached contracts by failure to pay, unfairly competed or tortuously interfered with your business practices.

Business litigation also involves controversies between partners, shareholders, and employers and employees including alleged violations of the American Disabilities Act (ADA). When Cameron & Marroney, PLLC represent businesses in commercial litigation, we work collaboratively with you, our client, to help your business achieve the excellence desired through innovative and cost effective litigation solutions and results.

In the construction industry disputes over the quality of work performed, changed conditions and timely payment for a job well done are fairly common. In addition to the remedies provided under the contract, the law allows one who has improved private property to claim a lien to protect itself from non-payment. The Florida lien law is complicated and strictly construed so that any errors in the filing of a lien can render it unenforceable. Cameron & Marroney, PLLC handles all types of construction litigation and lien cases ranging from both prosecution and defense of lien foreclosure actions, fraudulent loans, breach of construction contracts and liens arising under public contracts. Whether you are an owner, general contractor, sub contractor, laborer or material man, Cameron & Marroney, PLLC has experience in handling these claims in both State and Federal Court as well as Binding Arbitration proceedings.

When considering the filing of a lawsuit to protect its rights, a business owner should be aware of his or her options. In addition to the courtroom, there are other forums that might be appropriate, depending on the specific needs of the business. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), described below, may be a desirable alternative to the filing of a lawsuit.

A business contemplating bringing or defending a lawsuit would be well served by consulting with an experienced trial attorney to better understand all of the available legal options.


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Business disputes need to be resolved efficiently and effectively. You need to do everything you can to ensure that you secure the best possible resolution. The skilled and experienced commercial law attorneys of Cameron & Marroney, PLLC, can help.