Breach of Contract
When a contract is signed by two parties, it is expected that the commitments will be fulfilled. Disputes may arise from disagreements over the interpretation of a contract, change in circumstances, or simply a party unwilling to perform. As a result, such breaches may cause substantial losses for one of the parties involved. We can help identify means of recovery such as enforcing the contract on its written terms, or suing for damages caused by the breach as specified in the contract.
Fraud and Deceptive Practice
Complaints against companies can arise from inaccurate statements or representations. Examples include deceptive pricing or information about a product. Our firm of attorneys is prepared to prosecute or defend claims based on fraud or deception.
Whether you are the employer or the employee, our team of professionals is well versed to advocate in your company-related disputes.
- Safety Requirements
- Severance Agreements
- Wage Disputes
- Harassment and Retaliation
- Breach of Employment Contracts
- Wrongful Termination
- Disability Accommodations
A business tort is a type of civil claim based on a wrongful act or infringement of a right brought about by a business or individual. Although tort law is complex due to the overlap of federal and state laws, our professional team works to find and pursue remedies for its clients.
Officer and Director Liability
When shareholders or employers make claims against the directors or officers of an organization, our professional team has the background to represent our clients effectively. By carefully analyzing the situation, understanding legal technicalities and listening to your needs, we can develop an ideal solution.