We approach contract disputes with careful detail to the contractual obligations of the parties and knowledge of the law. Our litigation attorneys have experience resolving a variety of business contract disputes, such as cases involving partnership agreements, customer contracts, vendor contracts, real estate development and construction contracts, employment contracts, joint venture agreements, strategic alliance agreements, government contracts, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase agreements, indemnification agreements, and franchise agreements, etc. We access the unique factual and legal issues of each contract dispute and integrate the parts for a compelling presentation of our client's position to the arbitrator, jury or Judge.
While the substantive claims and defenses to a case are crucial, damages and remedies are also an important but sometimes undervalued aspect of contractual dispute matters. If a client has been injured as a result of a breach of contract, restoring its business or making the person whole again may require more than merely monetary damages. For instance in certain situations, injunctions are necessary to prevent future harm and prevent a competitor from improperly using proprietary information of another. Other alternate remedies include specific performance, rescission of a contract, and reversal of a fraudulent transfer of property. On the other hand, if there are allegations that a client caused the breach, we carefully scrutinize the party's alleged damages to ascertain whether there is proper proof and support in the law. Even if a party is successful on a claim, their victory may be hollow if there is a successful challenge to their alleged damages. Clients benefit from our attorneys thoughtful and aggressive analysis of each element that may impact their case.