Orlando Breach of Contract Attorney
A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, and must be upheld by everyone involved. If one party breaches the contract, the other party has the right to collect financial compensation for their losses. However, it is very unlikely that the other party will simply roll over and hand you what you are owed. Contract disputes often involve months or even years of haggling and litigation—something that no business owner has the time, resources, or experience to handle. The Orlando breach of contract attorneys at HD Law Partners offer comprehensive legal assistance for all types of contract issues. Whether you have been wronged by another party, or you are being pursued for financial compensation for allegedly breaching a contract, our lawyers are here to help.
Breach of Contract Between Your Business and a Vendor
As a business owner, your success depends on the agreements that you have with vendors and suppliers. Without their services, your sales would quickly take a hit. When a contract between a vendor or supplier is breached, you have the right to sue for the profits that you lose.
Breach of Contract Between an Employer and an Employee
Employment contracts lay out the terms of the job, the duration, pay, vacation, sick days, and much more. Included in many employment contracts is either a non-compete agreement and/or an intellectual property clause. In the event of the misappropriation of a trade secret or other intellectual property, you can sue that employee for damages. For example, if an employee quits and takes a client list with them to a competitor, you may have grounds for a lawsuit.
Breach of Contract Between Business Partners
Unfortunately, not all partnerships work out in the long run. If a business partner violates the terms of a partnership agreement, our lawyers can help you by ensuring that that party is held accountable and performs their end of the deal. Or, we can assist you in pursuing financial compensation for your damages. Failure of leadership is one of the top five reasons why businesses fail, according to Forbes. Let us help you resolve your problems before they negatively impact your business.
Other Types of Contract Disputes
- Trade agreements;
- Lease agreements;
- Fair Market Value disputes
- Real estate agreements;
- Mergers and acquisitions contracts;
- Franchise agreements; and
- Much more.
Call the Breach of Contract Lawyers at HD Law Partners Today
If the other party cannot be made to uphold the terms of the contract, your best option is to sue for damages. However, you must be able to prove that you lost profits because of the other party’s actions. This can be hard to do, especially if the profits lost are not a direct cause of the breach, but are consequential, according to the American Bar Association. Because of the complexity of breach of contract cases, we encourage you to work with an experienced attorney with a successful history in and out of the courtroom. Call the Orlando law offices of HD Law Partners today at 888-267-5651 to schedule a free consultation.