BREACH OF CONTRACT

Inevitably our business clients enter into contracts regularly throughout the course of their operations. These contracts create certain obligations by the businesses or individuals that entered into the contract. A parties' failure to complete the contract or fulfill its end of the bargain is commonly referred to as a "breach of contract." This can occur when a party fails to perform within the timeframe of the contract, does not perform in accordance with the terms of the contract, or does not perform at all.

These contracts may include vendor contracts, business purchase or sale agreements, employment contracts, lease agreements, settlement agreements, covenants not to compete, non-disclosure agreements, purchase orders, partnership agreements, license agreements, and simple everyday contracts associated with the daily operation of business.

In a perfect world, these agreements would always work out: both parties would complete performance and continue with their respective operations. However, this is often not the case and disputes arise frequently.

Over the years, our we have handled all manner of business disputes, prosecuting and defending claims for breach of contract, business interference, intellectual property (such as trade secrets, copyright infringement, and trademark infringement), and other complex breach of contract matters.

Feel free to contact us today at em@mclainfirm.com. In California, contact our office at (949) 500-2818. In the New York Metropolitan/Long Island area, contact our office at (949) 500-2818. We look forward to assisting you.