Northwest Suburban Contract Dispute Lawyer
Companies rely on contracts – whether written or oral contracts – to conduct their business. As a result, it is not surprising that business contract disputes often arise regarding alleged breaches of a contract. A business contract dispute lawyer can make all the difference.
At Charles T. Newland & Associates, our contract lawyers understand that business disputes, including contract disputes, can detract from the operations of the business. For more than 25 years, our contract attorneys have been helping businesses settle contract disputes swiftly and favorably so that they can focus on conducting their business. We represent clients in Arlington Heights, the Northwest Suburbs, Cook County, and Lake County.
If you are looking for a lawyer to handle a breach of contract dispute, contact our office at 847.797.9300 to speak with one of our contract lawyers.
Types of Contract Disputes
Even if a contract is properly drafted, disputes often arise regarding performance of the terms of the contract. Additionally, contract disputes can arise regarding the following:
- Contract terms and conditions
- Offer and acceptance issues
- Fraud or coercion
- Force majeure provisions
The contract disputes lawyers at Charles T. Newland & Associates represent clients involved with disputes involving a variety of contracts, including:
- Non-compete agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Licensing contracts
- Real estate contracts
- Loan agreements
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Government contract disputes
- Damages for Breach of Contract
If a plaintiff successfully proves that there was a breach of contract, there are various options for recovery, including enforcement of the contract on its terms, cancellation of the contract with monetary damages, or liquidated damages as specified in the contract. Calculating damages can be complicated and contentious in many situations, especially in those situations when the non-breaching party suffered consequential damages. Consequential damages include things like lost future business or damage to business reputation.
At Charles T. Newland & Associates, we have worked to resolve contract disputes in a variety of ways. We strive to use our business-savvy negotiating skills to resolve the dispute through settlement, but if a favorable settlement cannot be reached, we rely on our determined litigation tactics to advocate on our client’s behalf in a court of law.
Practical Legal Advice and Constant Communication
Our contract dispute attorneys take a pragmatic and practical approach to legal representation. With the best interests of your business in mind, we will provide common sense advice that seeks to resolve contract disputes efficiently and effectively. Moreover, we understand that communication and feedback is a top concern for many clients. We provide our clients with more than just business litigation services; we also provide our clients with an unsurpassed level of communication and we go to great lengths to ensure that our clients understand just what we are doing for them and how we are working to resolve business disputes and help them achieve their business objectives.
If you are in need of a lawyer for a breach of contract, contact Charles T. Newland & Associates at 847.797.9300 to speak with one of our business lawyers. We represent clients in Arlington Heights, the Northwest Suburbs Cook County, and Lake County.