Contract Breaches, Disputes and Litigation
Contract disputes often require timely action to protect our clients’ interests, whether its their income, revenue, customer contacts and goodwill, employment, workforce, or trade secrets, confidential information or other proprietary information of value. Such disputes can arise even between parties who are mutually agreeable and who have never disagreed before. If you or your company has been threatened or served with a lawsuit, or otherwise becomes aware of facts or circumstances that lead you to believe another party has breached a contract or promise to your or your business, it is imperative that you obtain legal counsel immediately to enforce and/or protect your legal rights.
Our Firm provides many individuals and businesses with pragmatic, custom-tailored solutions for any legal dispute, whether threatened or pending. To do so, we work closely together with our clients to formulate a legal strategy that ensures the most efficient outcome at the same time as serving short- and long-term goals of the client. Often, this strategy will involve litigation. The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley aggressively pursues and defends contract cases in state and federal courts. The Firm has successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in contract disputes and litigation.
We will help you understand all your options in such disputes, by focusing in detail on the facts of your situation, the likelihood of success, benefits, risks and challenges, potential damages or types of damages you may be able to claim or recover, and any defenses available to you. Contract disputes and litigation require careful consideration of many different factors by experienced counsel. And often such disputes require prompt action. Our attorneys are here to serve you in such situations by simplifying and streamlining varying considerations into a strategic course of action designed to put you in a position to achieve your goals while protecting your interests to the greatest extent practicable.
To talk to an attorney of the Firm regarding a breach of contract matter, please contact our office by telephone at (314) 645-4100 or by email at email@example.com.