When a business enters into a contractual arrangement with another party, it is expected that both sides will perform the tasks that are spelled out under the agreement. If performance becomes impossible, or if the other party refuses to honor its commitments, there will be penalties that are imposed for these acts. If you are a business owner who needs to recover compensation due to a breach of contract, you need to consult an experienced attorney as soon as possible.
At the Law Offices of Stephen B. Morris, our firm is dedicated to helping you protect and enforce your contractual rights. As an experienced litigator, our attorney, Stephen B. Morris, knows how to pursue an efficient resolution of your claims. We limit the cases that we handle at any one time, so that we can provide you with the access that you need throughout your claim.
How We Help You Recover Compensation
Our goal is to help you find the right answer to your problem. If we can negotiate a positive resolution before trial becomes necessary, we will do so. If going into the courtroom is the only way to protect your rights, we will not be afraid to go to trial. We are going to do whatever is best for you. Some of the various types of breach of contract disputes that we handle include:
Contracts between businesses concerning the purchase, sale or delivery of goods or services
Contracts among business owners regarding the duties and obligations of each partner
Contracts that discuss the terms of employment for key personnel
Contracts involving real estate transactions
Contracts concerning franchisor and franchisee disputes
If you are like most business owners, you fearlitigating your case. Litigation is expensive, time-consuming and completely unpredictable. If you end up losing your case, you will have spent a lot of money that could potentially negatively impact the future of your business.
At our firm, we handle business litigation on a contingent fee basis. This means that our fees come out of the compensation that we collect on your behalf. We get paid only if we are able to prevail on your case. This provides you with a reasonable degree of certainty over the risk that you are exposed to as a result of the litigation.
Learn More About Our Services
Call our San Diego office today at 619-239-1300 orsend us an emailto schedule your free consultation with our lawyer. We represent small- and medium-sized businesses throughout Southern California.