Breach of contract
Parties to a contract are obligated to perform pursuant to the parties’ written, and, sometimes, oral agreements. A party who fails to fulfill its duties may be liable for damages caused to the other party. Our office works on behalf of any party involved in a dispute arising from a contract.
An individual’s or organization’s actions may adversely affect a business’s sales, reputation, and/or relationships. Our attorneys work on behalf of individuals and businesses seeking compensation, and those defending against allegations of a business tort.
Third parties may be liable for interfering with an existing or prospective contract. We represent businesses and individuals to pursue, or defend against, claims regarding contractual interference.
Breach of fiduciary duty
Directors, officers, and others owe duties, including those of care and loyalty. Individuals may be personally liable for damages resulting from a breach of these duties, and our office works to prosecute and defend against these claims.
Employees, customers, and others may misappropriate a business’s property. We represent businesses seeking to recover stolen assets.
Breach of warranty
Products purchased by consumers often come with express or implied warranties. Our attorneys defend businesses against claims of breach of warranties.
When it comes to business dealings, there are many ways that transactions fail to transpire the way that one or all of the parties intended. Our firm counsels businesses in a myriad of business-related transactions, including, but not limited to: real estate agreements, sales of goods, licensing agreements, and others.
Purchase or Sale of Residential or Commercial Real Estate
We are often hired to represent clients in navigating their way through the purchase or sale of residential or commercial real estate tranaction. We are experienced in counseling clients in these matters, which can be strategically challenging and emotionally difficult.