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Breach of Contract

Breach of contract disputes can be costly to an organization and distract from the core mission of the business. If you are disagree with a partner, employee, customer, or vendor about the meaning of or performance of a contract, we can help negotiate a resolution or pursue you legal claim in court. Disputes commonly arise in contracts for the sale and delivery of goods, performance of services, construction and home improvement contracts, employment or partnership agreements, insurance policies, non-compete clauses, commercial leases, and the interpretation of corporate governance documents (e.g., corporate bylaws, or LLC operating agreements). We can help you resolve such disputes through negotiation or litigation, if necessary. 

BPS Lawyers regularly helps clients resolve contract dispute issues, including:

  • Commercial leasing disputes and negotiations
  • Buy-Sell agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • LLC Operating Agreements
  • Breach of contract claims
  • Service contracts, construction and home improvement contracts
  • Supply and distribution agreements
  • Franchise agreements and other documents
  • Commercial real estate transactions
  • Licensing contracts
  • Employment contracts

BPS Lawyers can help your business reduce the risk of contract disputes.

It is often said that “Poorly drafted contracts cost money.” Negotiating and drafting a contract without proper care and foresight can result in years of litigation, many hours of time lost, and great financial expense. At BPS Lawyers, we help our business clients avoid litigation whenever possible by developing contracts that will stand the test of time and hold up under legal scrutiny. By undertaking these transactions and contracts properly from the outset, we save our clients time and money.

Corporations and LLCs are required by law to have an attorney represent them in court in most cases.

One thing many business owners don’t realize is that they cannot represent themselves in most legal proceedings, the exception is in small claims court cases. It is common for a corporation or LLC to have a strong case, or a strong legal defense, but to have their case dismissed or decided against them in court because of the failure to meet this requirement. Our litigation attorneys are ready to serve as your trusted and experienced advocate when your business goes to court.

Learn More About Our Breach of Contract Attorneys

Contact our Hartford attorneys by calling 860-659-0700.