Business Contract Attorneys For Breached Agreements and Lawsuit Litigation

Strong counsel to enforce business contract terms and collect damages in arbitration, state and federal courts.

Contracts are the lifeblood of every business. They are needed to hire workers, obtain real estate, determine intellectual property rights, provide internal services, satisfy customers, and much more. Contracts need to be skillfully and artfully drafted, not just to determine the conditions that each party must meet but also to determine what constitutes a breach of the contract and how contract disputes should be handled. A properly worded contract can mean the difference between an affordable arbitration and a costly court trial.

At Gertsburg Licata, our contract dispute attorneys understand the remedies for contract breaches. We work with clients to prove, when we are the plaintiff, that the terms of the contract were not met, who is responsible, and what damages the breach caused. We work to amicably resolve cases, but we are always ready to take a case to a trial before a judge or jury if the other party is not cooperating. Our track record includes substantial verdicts and many defense judgments when the business has been sued for a contract violation.

Types of business contract breaches we handle

Our contract lawyers have experience litigating a broad range of contract issues. We routinely handle contract disputes in arbitration settings and in trial cases involving:

  • Buy/sell agreements
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Partnership agreement conflicts
  • Consumer purchases
  • Employment
  • Real estate
  • Licenses
  • Non-compete covenants
  • Trade secrets and other proprietary information
Get business contract litigation help now

Business contracts are complex documents. Our litigation lawyers are aggressive when they need to be, but we are fully aware that there is a balance between winning a case and getting a fair result now. For experienced contract help, please contact us at (216) 573-6000 or fill out our contact form to discuss your options.