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Long Island Commercial Litigation Law Firm Handles Breach of Contract Disputes for Businesses in Suffolk County

Assisting with disputes involving partnerships, unfair competition, restrictive covenants and other contract concerns

The overall goal of writing a business contract is to allow two or more parties to define terms for some type of exchange — typically of goods, money or services — and to avoid disagreements. But after all parties sign a contract, disputes can arise when someone breaches the terms of the contract — either intentionally or due to differing interpretations of the contract language.

Since contracts are legally-binding documents, disputing parties can take breach-of-contract issues to court or settle their differences through negotiation. The attorneys at Jakubowski, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia, LLP have extensive experience advocating for business clients and helping them enforce the terms of their contracts.

Common types of breach-of-contract disputes

Businesses enter into contractual agreements for a variety of issues. Unfortunately, according to Lawyers.com, broken contracts constitute the majority of legal woes for businesses. Our attorneys can step in to protect the rights of your company in contract disputes involving the following:

  • Partnership agreements
  • Termination of partnership (dissolution)
  • Employment contracts
  • Restrictive covenants pertaining to land use and other issues
  • Unfair competition concerns
  • Contracts with outside companies, such as suppliers or contractors

Resolving disputes while helping preserve relationships

While many contractual relationships are strictly businesslike in nature, others involve personal relationships. For example, partnerships typically include relatives or close personal friends. And even if individuals are virtual strangers when they begin, close friendships often form over time.

Our attorneys understand the importance of these relationships, and we encourage our clients to head for the negotiation table before taking breach-of-contract issues into the courtroom. We have the experience to develop creative solutions that help parties reach equitable agreement and, at the same time, maintain their rights. But when negotiation is not viable, we aggressively advocate on behalf of our clients in court.

Contact a Long Island law firm with a 20-year history of resolving breach-of-contract issues in Suffolk County

The law firm of Jakubowski, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia, LLP is strongly dedicated to handling legal affairs and resolving business disputes for businesses across Long Island. To discuss your legal issues and learn how we can help you, contact us online or call us at 631-360-0400.