Fighting For Individual Rights
Breach of Contract
Thriving in the business world means taking strong action to protect your interests and your company’s. Engaging in contractual relationships with other companies is an integral and essential part of doing business. When a problem arises that threatens the deal, fast action can prevent further damage. Whether another party has failed in performing its contractual duties or you face a lawsuit for an alleged breach of contract, these matters deserve your attention.
Put your company in the best possible position with Martin D. Haverly, Attorney at Law. Our Wilmington-based firm resolves and litigates contractual disputes in myriad business scenarios. We represent businesses native to Delaware and those located in other states. Whether our lawyers handle the case directly or as local counsel, we have the legal and business savvy and experience necessary to initiate or respond to legal action.
Our plaintiff and defense services include contract issues involving:
- Supplier and vendor contracts
- Service or goods contracts
- Employment contracts, noncompete agreements and severance agreements
- Partnership disputes
- Shareholder contracts
- Real estate contracts
We have more than 19 years of experience catering to the unique needs of Delaware businesses and those sued under Delaware laws. Our experience has led to a deeper knowledge of solid litigation techniques, including the effectiveness of negotiation, mediation, settlement and other conflict resolution techniques. Most disputes require finding a middle ground or creatively devising one. We are capable in all facets of contract litigation, dedicated to protecting our clients’ interests to ensure continued business operations.
Delaware Contract Litigation Attorneys
Contact us to discuss your business objectives and learn how our Wilmington lawyers for breach of contract can help you reach your goals. You can reach us at 302-529-0121 to schedule your consultation. Our office is conveniently located in the suburbs near Wilmington.