The lawyers at Warren Law are fierce advocates for our clients, especially in business-to-business disputes caused by breaches of contract. A breach of contract happens when one party fails to perform according to the terms of the contract.
To win a judgment for damages in a breach of contract case, you must prove that:
- You had a legally binding contract in place,
- You performed your part of the contract,
- The other party failed to perform their part of the contract, and
- You suffered harm as a result of their failure.
For example, you may have suffered a financial loss because a counterpart, vendor, or contractor failed to perform or execute their services as promised.
Contracts take many forms and cover all types of subjects – purchasing products; providing services; determining how a business will be formed, owned, and operated; and resolving how transactions such as loans or joint ventures will unfold over given periods of time. These agreements detail the legal boundaries to which all parties must adhere.
Additionally, a contract covers more than what’s expressly included in the terms or text. There are some rights implied in all contracts under New York law.Breach of commercial contract cases can become quite complex. These matters often require an experienced attorney to evaluate the facts and employ the best legal strategy that maximizes your chances of success. At Warren Law Group, our lawyers create a strategy tailored to your company’s needs – whether that involves litigation or alternative dispute resolution. We fight hard so that you get the full value that you’re entitled to from your contracts.