10/12/14, 6:06 am
I'm a marketing consultant that was hired to create a website for a new client. Before I began work I had the client sign a document that: - Outlined the cost - Explained the payment terms (half up front, half when site goes on client's server) - Let me create the site as I wanted for the client The client made the initial payment and I began work. Now the site is almost finished but the client has blocked access to the server I was working on and states that he's not happy with the site and refuses to pay the remaining fee. The client has also threatened to sue me for damages if I pursue legal action. I'd like to finish the site and get paid, but if I can't finish it I'd still like to get paid the full amount. Legally, who is in the right here?
United States   |   New York  |  Contracts
Cost: Free


Eric Gottfried Says:

Oct 13,2014 11:24 AM

You need to consult with an attorney and have the contract reviewed. Please call Mark Lefkowicz, of my office, at 212-766-5665

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