Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Breach of Contract Attorneys
A breach of contract can cause substantial financial harm to a business, real estate developer, or contractor. Under contract law, parties who breach a contract can be held financially liable for harm suffered by other parties to the contract. In order to recover damages, financial harm must be established based on the actual losses suffered.
At the law office of Vaira & Riley, our attorneys represent businesses, real estate buyers, construction companies, employers and employees, and subcontractors in contract disputes. We work closely with economists in assessing financial harm caused by a breach of contract and are prepared to negotiate or litigate a case as needed.
If a breach of contract has caused financial harm to you or your business, contact contract disputes attorneys at Vaira & Riley today to schedule an appointment and learn how we can help you.
Business, Real Estate, Employment, and Performance Contracts
The law office of Vaira & Riley advises and represents clients in regard to contract disputes involving the following:
- Employment contracts
- Land-lease contracts
- Performance agreements
- Real estate contracts
- Condominium contracts and covenant agreements
- Business contracts
- Licensing agreements
- Franchise agreements
- Vendor contracts
Avoiding Litigation - Mediation and Negotiation
When a breach of contract occurs, the parties involved are often required to enter into mediation or arbitration. Depending on the kind of contract involved, legitimate concerns over the interpretation of certain terms and clauses may cause a party's non-performance under the contract. We understand issues surrounding contract breaches are business decisions and the effect on your business must be taken in to consideration at all times. The parties may enter into further discussion in order to negotiate terms and conditions that are clearer and represent what the parties intended.
Our attorneys represent clients in negotiations to arrive at mutually agreeable terms for repairing a breach and clarifying contractual terms. Our attorneys understand how expensive litigation is, both financially and the time required. We advise you in light of that expense, and know when to counsel working with a breaching party to avoid a complete breach and the loss of long-term business relationship. Our office can evaluate your situation and work with you to determine the best options available.
Contact the Law Office of Vaira & Riley Today
If your daily business operations have been interrupted or a construction project has been brought to a halt due to a contract dispute, contact the law office of Vaira & Riley today to schedule an appointment and discuss your case.