Breach of Contract
Business disputes can arise in many forms but often involve a breach of contract. While parties usually enter into contracts with good intentions, disputes sometimes arise over the meaning of a contract or whether a party has performed under the contract. A breach of contract may arise when a party does not perform on time, does not perform in accordance with the terms of the contract, or fails to perform altogether. In a claim for breach of contract, a party may wish to enforce the terms of the contract or recover compensation for damages resulting from the breach. The remedies for breach may include specific performance, cancellation and restitution, or damages.
As experienced business litigators who have represented a broad range of clients in a myriad of business and commercial dispute. We have the knowledge and experience to devise an appropriate strategy for obtaining the right relief for our clients. If the strategy calls for aggressive litigation, we can and will pursue such strategy as we successfully have in the past. On the other hand, we are fully aware that for many small businesses (and some large ones) it may be counterproductive from a business or financial point of view to adopt a scorched earth approach. Our attorneys bring a practical, results-oriented approach to resolving business disputes. We will discuss your situation, financial or otherwise, and recommend a course that best suits your needs. We will ensure that your business dispute does not become an unwieldy distraction to your business. Together, we will find a solution that will resolve the dispute in the most expeditious manner possible so that you can go back to running your business full time.