Telecom Disputes

It is possible for even reasonable parties in the telecommunication industry to not see eye-to-eye on contracts, agreements and other issues. At stake can be significant amounts of money. A dispute over any telecom matter can result in litigation.

It you are a telecommunications company and believe you are approaching a disagreement with another party, or you are dealing with a telecommunications company and believe you are approaching a dispute, it could make a big difference to have knowledgeable counsel on your side. Your lawyer can help negotiate for the best possible outcome, and can represent you if the matter goes to litigation.

Telecommunication Dispute Lawyer

Ben Bronston has represented parties in telecommunications matters for more than 20 years. He is a nationally recognized expert in telecom law, who can bring his expertise to your telecom dispute. If you are trying to avoid litigation, Ben Bronston will negotiate for the best possible workable result for you and the opposing party.

If the dispute goes into litigation, he has the experience to represent you. Call Ben Bronston today at 888.469.0579 to set up a consultation to discuss the details of your disagreement.

Information on Telecommunications Disputes

Telecom Agreements That Lead to Disputes

A contract is a binding agreement, and the parties rely on each other to adhere to the terms and conditions in the contract. However, it’s possible for a term in the contract to be ambiguous, and for the parties to disagree on the meaning and whether the agreement was met. It’s also possible for a party to simply fall short in fulfilling the contract or willfully decide to break it.

In telecom contracts, there are many terms that could fall into dispute. Many carrier agreements carry minimum commitment clauses that require the customer to purchase a certain amount of services, and penalize them if they fail to meet that minimum. Agreements between agents or master agents and distributors can also include these minimum commitments. If the minimum does not match up with reality, it may be cause for a disagreement.

Payment provisions can also be a source of disagreement. Grace periods, the ability to dispute charges and interest for late payments can be the source of disagreements.

Even when a contract can end can be a tremendous source of argument. Termination clauses may include penalties for terminating without cause, which can lead to disputes over whether cause was reached or over the penalties themselves.

Negotiating or Litigating Telecommunication Disputes

As a telecom business, you value your customers. If you are a telecommunications customer having a disagreement with a provider, you may not want to go through the difficult and complicated process of finding and securing a new telecom service, which can sometime dramatically change your business practices.

Litigation would not only necessitate an end to that relationship in most cases; litigation is very expensive. An attorney who is knowledgeable about telecommunication issues is in the best position to negotiate these complicated matters, possibly bringing you and the other party to a settlement that both are satisfied with.

Some matters will go to litigation. In that case, the advice and representation of a telecom lawyer with an in-depth understanding of the matters at hand can be invaluable.

Representing Your Company in Telecom Disputes

Ben Bronston understands the telecom business and the disputes that can arise over telecommunication matters. He has practiced in the field for more than two decades, and is a nationally recognized for his skill in telecom law. Have his expertise and background on your side if you are involved in a telecom dispute. Call 888.469.0579 to set up a consultation to discuss your unique situation with our dedicated team of attorneys today.

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