Businesses live and die by the conditions stated in their contracts. The clauses you include—or fail to include—in your shareholder agreements, commercial leases, employment contracts, subcontractor agreements, and operating agreements can either protect you from loss or expose you to substantial damages. Breaching a contract can have long-lasting consequences for many parties.
Our San Diego business law attorneys have more than five decades of experience in both litigation and transactional work. We can review your contracts before you sign them, can help you navigate heated disputes, and develop strong, strategic solutions for every possible complication.
Contact Purdy & Bailey, A Law Firm at (858) 360-7080 to discuss your case.
Our experience as both transactional attorneys and litigators allows us to sift through the fine print of any contract and figure out your available options. The first thing to consider is what kind of breach occurred. Was it a material breach, a partial breach, or an anticipatory breach? No matter the issue, we have the knowledge and skill to help.
While the most common remedy for breach of contract is monetary damages, in some situations, specific performance of a contract is available. Specific performance means the other party must fulfill the terms of the contract. The goal of monetary damages is to make the non-breaching party whole again by receiving full compensation for any losses.
Business contracts fit squarely within our wheelhouse. Our experience has allowed us to build a strong understanding of how contracts, corporate laws, and individual business policies intersect with one another. If your case requires court intervention, we are more than prepared to aggressively litigate on your behalf if no other solution can be found. Ready to discuss your case with the team at Purdy & Bailey, A Law Firm? Our San Diego business lawyers are here to help.
Contact us today at (858) 360-7080 to see how we can assist you.