Contracts are the life blood of business. Contracts make the business world go around. But they are not always followed. When a company doesn’t make good on their end of the bargain, they are in breach of contract and you are owed damages.
There are a variety of contract defenses. You can allege that a contract was void and never binding due to some error in its execution. A contract can be nullified if the person or company lied to get your business. That’s call fraud in the inducement. A contract could be nullified if there was a misunderstanding about a material fact. A contract that cannot be performed due to some external issue could be void for impossibility. There are many different angles one can take to wiggle out of a contract.
That is why it is important to know the claims and defenses surrounding breach of contract litigation.
If you feel someone has breached a contract, we start by going over the pertinent facts of the case, we review the contract itself, and then we strategize how to prove that the other not only breached but they do not have any valid contract defenses.
If you feel that someone or some company has breached a contract with you, we are here to help.