No matter what type of business you run, you undoubtedly depend largely
on a variety of contracts to be successful. These contracts can range
from employee contracts to service contracts with other businesses, vendors,
and subcontractors. A good contract strives to protect both parties’
interests and ensure that the working relationship and requirements are
clearly defined. When a contract is not honored by one of these parties,
this can put your business in financial jeopardy.
When a breach of contract impedes the success of your business, you may
be able to file a lawsuit to seek compliance of the contract and/or damages.
The business lawyers at Kelley/Uustal have successfully represented companies,
corporations, small business owners, and individuals throughout the country
who have been involved in a variety of contract disputes, including:
- Disputes over provided services
- Breach of contract regarding material and supply orders
- Contractor breach of contracts
- Employment breach of contract
- Marketing and advertising service disputes
- Real estate business contract disputes
- Property disputes
- Business to business contract disputes
- Tortious interference
- And more
Proving Breach of Contract
In order to successfully prove a breach of contract dispute, you and your
legal team will need to establish the following elements beyond a reasonable doubt:
The Existence of a Valid Contract—if you entered into a legally binding contract with another business,
you will need to produce a written copy of this contract with signatures
from both parties. There are times when a verbal contract may also be
Breach of this Contract Occurred—you will need to bring evidence that the other party failed to uphold
their end of the contract.
Damages were Sustained—in order to recover damages, you must show that your company sustained
financial damage as a result of this breach of contract. This could be
in the form of lost customers, reduced profits, or direct material losses.
Every breach of contract dispute is different. That’s why the attorneys
at Kelley/Uustal spend our time, energy, and resources understanding all
angles of the dispute and your business. We review the language of all
contracts closely, so we can protect your company’s rights throughout
the legal process. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all forms of
commercial litigation, and we prepare every case as if it is going to trial. While we always
strive to resolve business disputes quickly and efficiently through negotiation,
mediation, or arbitration, we are not afraid to take cases to trial if
necessary. This allows us protect your interests and your business’ future.
Commercial Contingency Law Firm
The commercial contingency lawyers at Kelley/Uustal have the resources
necessary to succeed in even the most complex business contract disputes.
If your breach of contract dispute ends up in court, as many often do,
you can rest assured knowing that you are being represented by successful
trial attorneys, who have the skills and experience needed to win the
tough courtroom battles.
We don’t believe that you should spend all of your business’
resources defending yourself and your business in court. That’s
why we offer all our services on a contingency basis. This allows you
to focus your financial resources on growing your company—not on
Contact us today to speak with a lawyer about your case.