New Jersey Breach of Contract Lawyer for Contract Disputes
Experienced and Aggressive Representation for Business Interests
Disagreements involving contracts can be far more complex than just whether either side met the original terms of the agreement. There are a multitude of facets of New Jersey contract law: whether a material or anticipatory breach occurred, whether specific performance can be ordered, whether there are mitigating factors, whether there are affirmative defenses to breach of contract, the correct calculation of damages, and more.
An experienced breach of contract lawyer at Garland & Mason, L.L.C. knows the contract law in NJ governing disputes down to the last detail. Combining this level of expertise with a history of successfully guiding clients through the legal process is what then enables business lawyers to build cases uniquely suited to delivering a favorable outcome for their clients.
Why Do I Need an Experienced Breach of Contract Lawyer?
Having an experienced breach of contract attorney representing your interests in a business dispute is often vital to having the outcome favor your side. Your legal representative looks at every issue, such as ensuring you take action before statutes of limitation expire. In addition, unlike inexperienced attorneys, New Jersey business litigation attorneys who have spent years representing clients in breach of contract lawsuits know and can implement proven strategies for resolving contract disputes in their clients’ favor.
Experienced NJ contract lawyers have witnessed the aftermath of breach of contract disputes over the years. This means they know what is at stake for their clients and act with urgency as they work relentlessly to protect their clients’ interests in a wide array of claims, such as:
- Employment contracts
- Real estate purchase and sales agreements
- Service contracts
- Negotiable promissory notes
- Business contracts
- Employment non-compete agreement and restrictive covenants
- Construction contracts (as well as breach of construction contract)
- Residential and commercial lease agreements
- Product contracts
- Commercial real estate contracts
- Residential real estate contracts
Who Can Sue for Breach of Contract?
Examples of those who can file breach of contract lawsuits include but are not limited to:
- Company executives
- Business owners
- Business partners
- Real estate companies
- Apartment complexes
- Home buyers
- Apartment tenants
- Retail customers
For decades, the business attorneys at the New Jersey law firm Garland & Mason, L.L.C. have been successfully resolving breach of contract issues for clients. Our New Jersey business attorneys have the experience, knowledge and resources to do what it takes to protect their clients’ interests, including taking cases to trial or securing a favorable outcome for their clients during court-ordered mediation.
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Call Garland & Mason, L.L.C. at (732) 358-2028 or fill out our online contact form to set up a free consultation. We can then discuss strategies for breach of contract defenses as well as how to aggressively protect your company’s interests.