Breach Of Contract Claims
The strength of a company’s business relationships resides in its contracts. Contracts govern almost all aspects of a commercial enterprise, from hiring and managing talented employees to obtaining the tools, resources or capital needed to operate smoothly.
This is what makes breach of contract claims so risky to a business’s success. Whether bringing a claim or defending against one, the outcome has the potential to significantly disrupt business as usual — and potentially a company’s long-term viability.
That is where the Dallas-based attorneys of Nowak & Stauch, PLLC, can help. We understand the risks associated with a breach of contract claim and how they affect commercial clients’ immediate and long-term interests. As one of North Texas’s premier commercial litigation firms, we have extensive experience handling contract claims arising from:
- Construction claims between contractors, subcontractors, real estate developers and property owners
- Partnerships or shareholder disputes, including breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Intellectual property disputes
- Employment claims, from wage and hour claims to wrongful termination
- Noncompete agreements
- Insurance disputes, including allegations of insurance bad faith
- Nonpayment issues and other financial claims
Sound Guidance To Prevent Further Harm To Dallas-Forth Worth-Area Businesses
Drafting sound contracts that clearly outline each party’s role and responsibilities goes a long way to preventing breach of contract claims. However, once a claim has been brought or served, it is too late to focus on what could or should have been done differently.
Even still, our lawyers will look for opportunities to file pretrial motions so as to minimize the overall impact litigation will have on business operations. Such remedies not only protect the company during trial but may also help expedite a resolution. Our attorneys’ reputations as experienced litigators also help us negotiate from a position of strength should the other side wish to settle the claim at any point during litigation.