Bringing Resolution To Breach Of Contract Cases
When running a business, you often rely on others to help move the workflow forward to meet the needs of your company and customers. Documenting expectations for both parties entering a business arrangement is a necessity. Ideally, both sides will uphold their terms of the agreement, but that is not always the case. At Dyer, Dyer, Jones & Daniels, Attorneys at Law, we guide clients throughout western Mississippi toward positive resolution for broken contracts. Let our tort lawyers bring closure to your situation by using their civil law experience to represent your breach of contract case.
Qualified Representation Your Business Can Count On
Business contracts can be as diverse as the services the business offers. Most will fall into one of the following categories:
- General business contracts ranging from partnership and nondisclosure agreements to property and equipment leases
- Sales-related agreements such as a bill of sale or purchase order
- Employment contracts including general employment contracts and noncompete agreements
It is in your best interest to have a qualified business law attorney draw up necessary business contracts. It is equally important to have legal representation if a contract is broken. Any breach of contract can have severe consequences for a business, including the financial strain of paying damages and the negative effect it could have on your reputation.
Protecting Your Employment Contract Rights
As with other business agreements, broken employment contracts can result in lawsuits. Damages can include the potential salary the employee did not receive along with the cost of benefits and other bonuses involved with their employment. If you find yourself dealing with a broken employment contract, we can help.
Focused On Your Business’s Best Interests
Our attorneys commit to serving your best interests. If it is more efficient and financially effective to resolve your issue outside of court, we will work to settle your case through negotiation or mediation. If those methods fail, we are prepared to represent you in arbitration or at trial, if necessary.
Discuss Your Options Today
Legal issues surrounding a breached contract can be complicated. Let a qualified member of our legal team help you through the process. Contact us at our office in Greenville by calling 662-580-4551 or complete our online intake form to schedule a free consultation.