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Business contract litigation is the pursuit in court of legal remedies when a business contract is breached. Generally, the non-breaching party is seeking damages or both parties can seek damages if both parties breached a portion of their contract. It is common that lawyers will attempt to resolve the dispute of the business contract before pursing litigation to avoid costs. However, when a resolution cannot be reached by both parties they can pursue business contract litigation and place their case in the hands of the court to decide.
In Business Contract Litigation, lawyers for the plaintiff attempt to prove that the defendant has breached a contract that both parties entered into. The damages awarded are to compensate the plaintiff for the breach for any losses they may have incurred and/or compensate the plaintiff for the profits they would have received, but for the breach. The defendants lawyer will argue circumstances defending accusation that a breach occurred and raise any defenses that may apply, with the overall objective of keeping damages low if the court were to rule in favor of the plaintiff.
Business contract litigation requires a lawyer to carefully review the business contractual dispute so they can prepare to argue the facts of their clients case with the law and foresee how the court will rule. Interpretations of law are often presented in court to argue points of the contract. Selecting the right business lawyer to argue your case is essential in order to recover damages. At times, the threat of Business Contract Litigation is enough to get parties to agree to negotiation meetings to resolve their dispute outside of court, however when negotiation is not an option, you want to have a well prepared business contracts lawyer on your side.
If you need assistance with a business contract litigation case, contact Attorney Search Network today for a free lawyer referral. An attorney can help ease what at stake for your business and potentially resolve the dispute at hand. If a dispute resolution cannot be reached, our attorneys can help you recover the damages or defend you in a law suit.
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