Houston Contract Breach Lawyer
Resolving Contract Disputes: (832) 384-9783
When you conduct or manage any type of business, it is important to outline
all the obligations and agreements of all concerned parties into contracts.
From how an employee must behave to earn their wages to what should happen
if your intellectual property is given to a competitor, business contracts
are virtually the lifeblood of companies and corporations of all sizes.
When a contract’s obligations are not met, a breach of contract
has occurred and litigation may be the answer to set things right again
in your business.
Why Choose Our Contract Dispute Attorneys?
Texas Super Lawyers® (Thomson Reuters) - Attorney Mark Correro for 2014 & 2015 and Attorney
Lance Leisure for 2015 & 2016
- Decades of trial-tested experience
- Perfect Avvo Rating of 10.0 Superb for results and ethics
- Dedicated, untiring, insightful legal advocacy
If you are dealing with a breach of contract, the profits and reputation
of your business could be compromised. You should not waste any time before hiring a
Houston business litigation attorney from Correro & Leisure, P.C. who has extensive experience resolving
both simple and complex contract disputes.
Speak with us about your contract dispute – for FREE. Call (832)
384-9783 for go online to
request a free consultation about your contract dispute.
Cost-Conscious Solutions to Contract Breaches
You can rely on our business litigation firm, Correro & Leisure, P.C.,
to evaluate your current situation and offer you cost-conscious, practical
solutions to even the most complex commercial disputes. Our business lawyers
have successfully resolved contract disputes for small businesses, the
largest corporations, and everything in between. If there is a solution
out there for your problem, you can trust in us to find it.
Our team has experience working with breach of contract claims involving:
- Construction contracts
- Real estate agreements
- Commercial real estate contracts
- Residential real estate contracts
- Lease agreements
- Product and service contracts
- Promissory notes
- Employment contracts
- Non-compete agreements
- Business contracts
How a Contract Breach Occurs
Although violating a contract can be straightforward – someone simply
does not uphold their end of the bargain – categorizing the form
of contract breach can be more complicated. Most contract breaches will
fall into one of four main classifications, each one more damaging than
the last. Knowing what sort of contract breach has affected your business
can help you more quickly come to a conclusion that settles the matter
without sacrificing your own best interests.
The four most common actionable contract breaches are:
Partial: A violation of a contract that only results in monetary damages to correct
or otherwise resolve.
Material: A contract breach that is significant enough to cause both monetary damages
– for businesses, this might mean profit losses – and considerable hardship.
Fundamental: When a breach of contract is so severe that it risks rendering the entire
contract null and void, it is considered a fundamental breach. For example:
If you paid someone to deliver a package overnight but it was delayed
for a week without reason.
Anticipatory: The elimination of a contract before a breach actually occurs based on
the actions or statements of the violating party. For example: An auto
mechanic claims they will have your car fixed and ready for pickup on the 5th – but the 5th is a weekend and the shop is only open on weekdays.
Solutions for Business Owners
Sometimes the best business manager or owner in the world needs a little
outside help when it comes to company concerns. If you are facing a breach
of contract caused by an employee, shareholder, partner, or anyone else
involved with your company, be sure to
contact our Houston business litigation attorneys today. We can explore your legal
options and find the right solution for you while you continue to focus
on other business matters.