Contract Lawsuits

Contracts provide a written road map for two parties to enter into an agreement or business arrangement for a succinctly defined quid pro quo exchange of money, goods or services, or other matters important and of value to each party. Unfortunately, sometimes that theory falls short. While most contracts are usually entered into in good faith, disputes can arise stemming from either a breach or non-fulfillment of contractual obligations, a misunderstanding between parties regarding the particulars of what is owed to fulfill the contracted relationship, and even bad faith or intentional wrong conduct. Whether you’re in the midst of a contract dispute, or have concerns about the fulfillment or termination of an existing contract, we can advise you on the best course of action. Our proven process has led many clients to a successful resolution. We’ll start by learning about the foundation of the contract from your perspective:

  • What were your intentions within the contract?
  • What were your expectations?
  • What did the other side do, or not do?

Then we’ll listen to your specific personal concerns such as:

  • What are my rights?
  • Can the other party do this?
  • Are my intentions well-founded and am I going to be protected?
  • What can I expect to come of this dispute?
  • What will it cost me?

Finally, we will examine the contract itself and carefully walk you through all considerations:

  • Based upon our findings, we’ll make sure you thoroughly understand the strength of your legal standing and the pros and cons of your position
  • We’ll measure exposure and reward to determine the most successful course of action for your situation

Whatever your position, we’ll fully explore negotiations to protect your interests and resolve your dispute before elevating it to litigation.