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- Breach of Contract
- Business Dissolution and Break-Up
- Business Litigation
- Collections and Assets Recovery
- Corporate Lawsuits
- Discovery - Advanced Strategies
- Estoppel and Laches
- Emergency Injunctive Relief
- Partnership Disputes
- Slander and Libel
- Tortious Interference
- Theft of Corporate Identity
- Violation of Civil Rights (42 USC §1983 Cases)
Dealing with Breach of Contract
Is another person breaking their deal with you? Have you received a letter accusing you of breaching a contract with another party? Either way, you’re looking at a breach of contract situation.
Contracts form the basis of nearly every business relationship, whether they are with your employees, third party vendors, or customers. That means that a breach of contract can occur in all kinds of instances, and it is up to you to consult with a business attorney when breach of contract situations take place.
When a Breach of Contract Occurs
Disputes often arise when one party fails to perform as promised as outlined in a legal contract. When that happens, you may have to sue to enforce your rights, or you may have to defend yourself if you are accused of breach of contract. Contract litigation and business lawsuits are often complex and complicated, which is why you should seek a skilled contracts lawyer to help you simplify the case and find your way.
The reality is that you and your business could be found liable in the event of a breach of contract, and you could face a number of negative consequences as a result. If you have a business deal with another party, they could choose to end it if you are found to be in breach. Another possibility is that you could be compelled to pay damages. In the event that you are on the receiving end of a breach of contract from someone else, it is up to you to hold the other party responsible.
Consult with a Portland or Seattle Business Lawyer
Regardless of whether you are bringing legal action against someone or are being brought to court for breach of contract by someone else, Seattle and Portland business attorneys at our many locations can help with legal advice and representation. All you have to do is give us a call to schedule an appointment. You can also send us an email or fill out the contact form on our website. We are always available to help our clients navigate challenging legal issues.Previous Page