A law firm with the experience and reputation of The Epstein Law Firm is a valuable resource for victims of breach of contract. Our civil litigation attorneys welcome the opportunity to evaluate your case and recommend a promising course of action if you have been harmed or wronged as a result of a contract dispute in New Jersey. Our New Jersey Contract Dispute Lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Contact us to schedule a consultation regarding a breach of contract matter involving any of the following:

  • Employment agreements
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Commission contract disputes
  • Securities issues
  • Business to business contract
  • Purchase agreements
  • Landlord tenant contracts
  • Lease agreements
  • Building contracts
  • Home, commercial property and real estate contracts

If you or your business has been wronged by breach of contract on the part of another individual or business, contact our New Jersey Contract Dispute Lawyers to learn how to assert your contractual rights in New Jersey.

When our attorneys go to work for you on a breach of contract matter, we have one goal in mind: to get you the most favorable results possible. We are aggressive in our pursuit of that goal. The Epstein Law Firm is prepared to take the steps necessary to protect your interests. From negotiation to trial, we are determined to get the results that are right for you.

As aggressive litigators and strong negotiators, our lawyers know the law regarding contract litigation — and we know to get results in the courts. Because of our knowledge and experience, we can develop creative solutions to challenging legal situations involving breach of contract. Contact our New Jersey law offices to schedule a consultation if you have experienced significant losses as a result of breach of contract involving employment or a business matter.




New Jersey Contract Dispute Lawyers Answer Frequently Asked Questions

If I'm in a business dispute, what should I do?

If there’s a significant dispute that’s going to require extensive, complex litigation it will be very expensive. So you’re in what we call a ‘Zero-Sum Game’ where you’re going to pay a lot of money to litigate the case. And therefore you have to take an approach at the beginning of the case as a lawyer: Can or should this case be resolved? And can or should we facilitate an early resolution so that the clients are either receiving money or paying money in an efficient way where they’re not just losing money in litigation that they can’t ultimately get back.