Practice Areas: Contract Disputes

Protecting you and your company in contract disputes with opponents of any size

“We are ready. Whether you are fighting a large domestic company, government, or an international conglomerate…”

You’ve probably never met a duo who can take on opponents like the Williams Mestaz firm. Using our Chron we can take on opponents of any size–small, medium, large, or even mega cap companies.

In other words, we have the resources, technology, and knowledge necessary to help you slay the giant.

Ironically, our reputation has sometimes led large corporations to hire us too. Our cutting edge approach to legal representation in contract disputes is advantageous and makes us suitable for both individuals and businesses.

For example:

Autonumerics v. Bayer Industries

We represented Autonumerics in a breach of contract action against Bayer Industries regarding the computer numerical controls for milling machines built by Bayer. It involved an installment sale contract and was a first-impression case in Arizona under the installment sale provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code.

A first control was manufactured and delivered, but Bayer refused to accept a control that had been manufactured and it did not seek more deliveries. The contract did not have delivery dates and there was a conflict between the written terms of the contract. The order was for a total of twenty-six controls. Daryl Williams obtained a jury verdict in favor of Autonumerics for all twenty-six controls based on future lost profits.

Jury verdict in favor of Autonumerics.

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Other case types we've had success with:

Antitrust and Unfair Competition Litigation

Under antitrust laws and similar laws designed to stem unfair trade competition, the government can investigate individuals and companies regarding the manipulation of competition for unfair gain. You can also sue or be sued by your competitors for antitrust violations or unfair competition.

Commercial Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

There are two potential alternatives to litigating a business dispute in court – arbitration and mediation.

Tortious Interference with Contracts and Trade Defamation

Business torts are civil, as opposed to criminal, wrongs, which adversely affect your business in some manner. A competitor, for example, may be lying to your customers about your company in an effort to steal business.

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“He plays ‘bad cop’ so well. He enters the room like he’s
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“What impressed me about Daryl Williams is about 50 things, but here’s a couple. He was honest and clear in communicating his expectations and goals of the case. He plays ‘bad cop’ so well. He enters the room like he’s in charge and making all the calls. It works. Although he would have happily allowed me to continue the law suit, he empowered me to make the best decision FOR ME.

This was a great experience. I would work with Daryl Williams over and over again. He truly wanted the best outcome for me and my family. I believe I was in the best and most capable legal hands, and that comfort I had was priceless.”

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