It doesn’t matter what type of business you manage. You know that contracts are important. There are a million reasons that you must be able to count on the contracts you get involved into. These agreements offer security and accountability and ensure that you have legal recourse in the event that the other party doesn’t comply with the contract.
That said, when someone breaches a contract you’re engaged in, it doesn’t matter how clearly laid out the consequences were in the contract, an attorney can help you. Specifically, Law Offices of Torrence L. Howell can help. Attorney Howell holds an MBA and owns a business. His background is both business and law, and he will fight to ensure the best possible outcome for your case. Call him today at (909) 920-0908 for a free consultation.
What exactly constitutes a breach of contract?
There are many different things that can be considered a breach of contract – it all depends on what provisions are set out in the contract. A contract be set out between you and a client, contractor, supplier, employee, etc. If the person or entity your contract exists with doesn’t comply with what they promised under contract, then you have the potential for a breach of contract cases. Some of the most common examples we deal with include:
- Vendors who don’t deliver their product on the schedule they said they would.
- An employee who violates a non-disclosure agreement.
- A contractor who uses other materials than the ones laid out in the contract.
No matter what side of the breach of contract you’re on, whether you’re the one who has a case or someone is bringing a case against you, Law Offices of Torrence L. Howell is ready to help. Our offices offer the advice, support, and legal know-how you need.
You may have several options to handle a breach of contract
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to a breach of contract. In many cases, it’s simply not practical or efficient to bring a breach of contract case to court. In that instance, we may work to resolve it through either mediation or arbitration. Either way, you’ll likely get a resolution in a more timely manner and a lot more affordably than taking it to court.
Arbitration and mediation are also generally easier on the relationship between you and the other party. In many cases, simply having a business law attorney review your contracts and confirm that you do have legal means of litigating the case, and then presenting that information to the other party, will be enough for them to move forward in a way that works for you.
Of course, this is not to day that we aren’t prepared to take your case to court. At Law Offices of Torrence L. Howell, we want what’s best for our clients. In many cases, it’s simply faster and more affordable to handle the case out of court. If that’s not the case, or if you absolutely want to go to court, then you can count on us being ready to fight for you. Reach today at (909) 920-0908 to schedule a free consultation.