Breach of Contract Attorneys Servicing Nassau and Suffolk County
The attorneys at Harras Bloom & Archer LLP work with business owners, business managers and real estate developers in a wide range of contractual disputes in Long Island, the New York metro and surrounding areas.
Every contractual agreement has the potential of being violated by either party. The Long Island breach of contract attorneys at Harras Bloom & Archer LLP recognize the importance of contracts and the ways that a breach of contract can adversely affect the bottom line of investments. They work relentlessly on behalf of clients to achieve the most favorable results possible.
The firm handles a wide range of breach of contract issues, including:
- Contracts associated with real estate endeavors, such as purchase and sale agreements, residential and commercial lease agreements, clear title issues, construction contract disputes
- Non-compete agreements
- Unfair competition agreements, such as trade secrets, misappropriation of image
- Collections claims
- Vendor disputes
- Disputes between partners or shareholders
- Employment disputes
- Remedies For Contract Dispute Resolution
In the legal realm there are several ways that a breach of contract issue could be resolved. For example: judgments that result in awarding financial damages (consequential damages, special damages, punitive damages, restitution or liquidated damages), canceling or re-working contracts (recession or reformation), and court orders that pertain to performing specific actions (injunctive relief or special performance).
The firm has obtained significant results in complex breach of contract issues, putting to use an extensive knowledge of business and commercial interests as well as skill in strategy and litigation issues.
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