Business Dispute Attorneys With A Record Of Success
In the world of business, disputes happen and contracts are broken for a wide range of reasons. In fact, breach of contract is one of the most common business disputes that occur. In the event someone breaches a contract, all involved parties must decide whether some legal action must be taken. Depending on the type of contract, the case may be taken to either federal or state court.
Common Types Of Business Contracts
There are many different kinds of business contracts, which means there are also many ways these contracts can be broken. Some common examples of business contracts include:
- Partnership agreements
- Employment contracts
- Including non-competes and wrongful termination
- Construction agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Commercial transactions
- Insurance coverage disputes
- Real estate leases
- Fiduciary duty
These are just a few examples of the types of cases that Shamieh Law handles for business owners.
What Constitutes Breach Of Contract?
A business contract is designed to protect all parties entering into a professional relationship, which means that these parties are agreeing to certain obligations and duties when a contract is signed. In most cases, contracts end when both parties have fulfilled their obligations. If one of these parties fails to fulfill these duties, then they have breached the contract. There are several ways this can happen, including:
- Failure to fulfill the requirements of the contract within a specific time frame
- Failure to perform the service as described or agreed upon
- Failure to pay as agreed
Representing All Components Of Breach Of Contract
Businesses, professionals, and entrepreneurs throughout North Texas trust Ramez Shamieh and his team of talented business dispute attorneys, as they have a history of success representing clients in breach of contract cases and other business disputes. Shamieh Law will provide you with honest, efficient, and results-driven advocacy. Give Shamieh Law a call today to schedule a free consultation regarding your business dispute in the Dallas and Lake Charles area.