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Experienced Representation For Breach Of Contract Litigation

Most business litigation cases start with some form of breach of contracts. Some parties simply cannot abide by a written agreement due to budgetary problems. Others intentionally violate the agreement and take a “so sue me” stance.

Our firm can help you in a variety of contract dispute and business litigation matters, including:

  • Partnership disputes
  • Corporate ownership and governance
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Joint ventures
  • Disputes with customers, vendors or suppliers

Proactive Problem Troubleshooting To Resolve Contract Disputes

At Sams, Larkin & Huff, LLP, we help our clients recover damages when another party does not honor contracts. On their behalf, we file suit to enforce the contract and recover any damages. Determining compensation is not only based on tangible expenses (value of the goods, materials or services), but also the defendant knowingly committing acts of bad faith or fraud.

We likewise defend business clients who are sued or threatened with litigation for alleged breach of contract. We can analyze the contractual languages and the circumstances to advise where you stand and how to respond, from a negotiated resolution to preparing for court.

Georgia Lawyers Protecting Your Business Interests

Proactive steps are vital in finding resolution. A well-drafted, seemingly airtight contract is important for your company. Yet, the document is still subject to the whims of the parties who signed those documents.

Ignoring contracts and breaching documents are disruptive to daily business operations. Instead of focusing on your company, you are forced to “drop everything” and deal with serious and complicated legal problems.

Please Contact Us If You Suspect A Contract Breach

Please call our firm in Marietta at 770-884-4819, or email us to schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys about your specific legal concerns.