A large percentage of business litigation involves disputes over contracts. In more than 100 combined years of experience, the six attorneys of The Epstein Law Firm have successfully handled countless contract disputes. Our lawyers serve businesses and individuals throughout northeastern New Jersey, including Hackensack, Lodi, Wayne, Paterson, Newark, Elizabeth, Morristown, and more. Our New Jersey Contract Dispute Lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve.

We have experience in a wide range of breach of contract disputes, including:

In all services we provide to businesses, our attorneys search for the most cost-effective course of action. If taking a case to court is the best option, our experienced trial attorneys will not hesitate to do so. However, for many contract disputes, our Contract Dispute Lawyers find that out-of-court settlements provide the client a less expensive and more discreet resolution than taking a case to trial.

Another option available to our New Jersey Contract Dispute Lawyers is alternative dispute resolution (ADR). A confidential and relatively inexpensive resolution can often be reached through the ADR techniques of arbitration, mediation, neutral evaluation, and other methods.

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Contact the New Jersey Contract Dispute Lawyers of The Epstein Law Firm to set up an appointment. We provide rapid responses to all inquiries. The Epstein Law Firm is a client-centered firm, giving each client the exclusive attention of an experienced attorney.

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.