Breach of Contract

Recent Posts in Breach of Contract Category

  • Breach of Contract Under California Law

    || 2-Jun-2015

    A contract is an agreement that creates obligations between parties, which are enforceable by law. A contract involves elements such as capacity, consideration, mutual assent, and legality. The remedies for a “breach of contract” include general damages and specific performance among others. A contract is essentially a promise that the law will enforce. If a promise is ...
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  • Statute of Limitations for Contracts in California

    || 22-Apr-2015

    If a plaintiff wishes to file a lawsuit stemming from a breach of contract, California law requires that the plaintiff files the suit within a specific period of time after the defendant’s alleged breach. In breach of contract cases, the first place the defendant’s attorney will look is to the state’s statute of limitations. If the defendant can show that the statute of ...
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  • Do I Need an Attorney for a Breach of Contract?

    || 13-Jan-2015

    When faced with a breach of contract you have two options. You can remain frustrated over lost time and money lost or decide to take legal action. Our firm believes the latter option is much more profitable for your business, both in the short-term and the long run. Unfortunately, many business owners are unsure of how to handle a breach of contract and wind up wasting even more resources ...
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  • When Do You Need a Business Attorney?

    || 19-Nov-2014

    When it comes to the world of business, virtually every action can result in serious legal repercussions, from choosing your business structure, to obtaining permits, to filing and paying taxes, and everything in between. If you fail to handle any of these legal matters properly, you can find yourself facing fines and costly litigation. As an entrepreneur or business owner, it is not a matter of ...
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