New Jersey Commercial Contract Litigation Lawyers
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No one enters a contractual agreement with the intention of things going wrong or breaching the agreement. But written contracts are intended to ensure that all parties to the agreement understand their rights and obligations. Unfortunately, despite everyone’s best intentions, disputes can arise during the course of a contract. Sometimes a poorly drafted contract can lead to confusion over rights and obligations. And in some cases, a party will simply repudiate their responsibilities under a contract.
A commercial contract dispute or contract litigation has the potential to bring your business’s or company’s operations to a standstill, especially when you have to devote substantial time, money, and resources to resolve a dispute or litigation. At The Epstein Law Firm, P.A., our dedicated business litigation attorneys work tirelessly to help clients secure an efficient yet favorable result in a commercial contract dispute or lawsuit. We take the time to thoroughly review our clients’ cases so that we can offer detailed, honest advice about our clients’ rights and options. We also aggressively fight to assert our clients’ rights and interests, recognizing that the best path to securing a favorable result on behalf of our clients begins with pursuing our clients’ case from a position of strength. You can trust that we will always help you make informed decisions about pursuing and resolving commercial contract litigation that you and your company are involved in.
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Contact our firm today for a case review to speak with one of our knowledgeable attorneys to learn more about how our firm can help you or your business pursue a favorable outcome to commercial contract litigation that you may find yourself involved in.
Types of Commercial Contract Litigation Suits Our Firm Can Help You With
Our attorneys have handled a wide variety of commercial contract litigations on behalf of our individual and business clients, including disputes over:
- Employment agreements, including restrictive covenant agreements such as non-disclosure and non-compete agreements
- Independent contractor agreements, including service providers for your business
- Customer purchase or service agreements
- Vendor/supplier agreements, including purchase agreements or service agreements
- Joint venture agreements
- Commercial real estate agreements, including purchase-and-sale agreements or lease agreements
- Financial agreements, including security and guaranty agreements or UCC financing statements
- Construction agreements, including agreements with general contractors or subcontractor agreements and materials supplier agreements
- Insurance contracts, including disputes over coverage or denial of insurance claims
We have extensive experience handling contract disputes on behalf of our clients, so we know what to look for when reviewing agreements and can fully advise you on your rights and your options when you or your business are facing a commercial contract dispute.
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The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. Fights to Secure Favorable Outcomes on Behalf of Business Clients Facing Commercial Contract Litigation
We know that commercial litigation can cost a business time, money, resources, and opportunities. That’s why we diligently pursue legal strategies aimed at resolving our clients’ commercial contract litigation matters as efficiently as possible so that our clients can put their focus and energy back towards growing their businesses. Our attorneys strive to resolve our clients’ commercial contract matters without the need to spend time and money going to trial; we pursue negotiations, mediation, or arbitration with the other side to try to help you obtain a fast but fair result.
Of course, we also recognize that some commercial contract disputes will have to be resolved in court or at trial. With The Epstein Law Firm, you can trust that you have the assistance of experienced litigators who know what it takes to win court and at trial. Having represented clients in many different types of commercial contract lawsuits, we’ve seen all different kinds of contracts and can prepare legal strategies for cases involving well-drafted agreements as well as cases involving contracts with poorly drafted or unclear language.
Contact Our Firm Today for a Case Evaluation to Discuss Your Commercial Contract Litigation Matter in Further Detail
Don’t leave your or your business’s financial well-being and future to chance. If you or your business are facing the possibility of litigation over a commercial contract or if you are already in court for a commercial contract dispute, contact us for a consultation to discuss the details of your case with one of our knowledgeable business litigators and to learn more about your legal rights and options.
Frequently Asked Questions about Commercial Contract Litigation in New Jersey
We recognize that trial litigation is often unduly expensive and time-consuming for our business clients. That’s why we will always explore alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve our clients’ commercial contract disputes, including informal settlement negotiations, formal mediation, or arbitration so that you can move on from a dispute and get back to business. Of course, we will always advise you when litigation represents the best option for securing your preferred outcome in a dispute, and our experienced litigators are always prepared to advocate on your behalf in court.
In most cases, a breach of contract lawsuit must be filed within six years of the date of the breach. However, commercial contracts for the purchase and sale of goods have a different statute of limitations period; lawsuits must be filed within four years of the date of the breach. Of course, parties to a commercial contract are free to agree to a shorter limitations period for lawsuits arising from or relating to the contract, so you will want to review the terms of your agreement and the facts of your case with one of our knowledgeable commercial contract litigation attorneys to confirm how long you have before you must file a lawsuit or lose the right to pursue your claim in court.