The Contract law book opens with general principles defining the rights and duties of contracting parties. It then has many chapters defining particular rights and duties flowing from various forms of contract and contract topics. Happily the general rules and rules for each of the topics tend be clear and understandable and often come close to the ideal situation described in the animation.
The mediation process, being less adversarial than litigation, can provide parties with understanding of the contract law rules related to the topic or topics in which their dispute is imbedded. This understanding can pave the way to peaceful resolution privately, efficiently and inexpensively.
John Licht has been dealing with Denver and Colorado contract difficulties and disputes for more than twenty years. He knows the law and he understands the often conflicting desires and expectations of contracting parties. He can help.