Let a Tallahassee Breach of Contract Lawyer Enforce Your Rights
In business, you need to be able to rely on your partners and vendors to meet their obligations. When an individual or company comes up short – whether intentionally or unintentionally – you may be left with no choice but to take legal action in order to protect your company’s goodwill and bottom line. At The Cotterall Law Firm, we provide experienced, strategic, and cost-effective legal representation for contract disputes and breach of fiduciary duty claims in the Tallahassee area.
Breach of Contract
A well-drafted contract will identify the rights and obligations of each party, and in many cases will include provisions outlining the options for resolution in the event of a dispute. A not-so-well-drafted contract will leave these and other issues open to interpretation, and will typically present more questions than answers. Unfortunately, even the most “air-tight” contract cannot compel any person or company to act in a certain way.
If you are involved in a vendor contract dispute, you may need to act quickly to protect your business. From payment issues to breach of confidentiality, if you wait to take action, it could become more difficult to contain the issue and make sure you receive the benefit of your negotiated agreement.
At The Cotterall Law Firm, we represent Tallahassee-area businesses in all types of contract disputes, including, but not limited to:
- Breach of confidentiality
- Breach of non-solicitation and non-competition covenants
- Deficient goods or services
- Failure to meet deadlines
- Partial performance
- Payment disputes
- Violation of intellectual property clauses
In breach of contract cases, we focus on finding practical, real-world solutions for our clients. While we may be able to secure a judgment after months or years of litigation, there may also be more efficient and more cost-effective options available. When you contact us about your contract dispute, we will strategize with you and focus on the specifics of your case in order to develop a plan of action that makes the most sense for your business.
It is possible for fiduciary obligations to exist in both contractual and non-contractual relationships. Fiduciaries owe a duty to avoid self-interested dealings in the event of a conflict of interests. If a business partner, advisor, agent, or other trusted party has harmed your business by putting its interests first, you may have a claim for breach of fiduciary duty. Contact us to learn more.
Who Do We Represent?
The Cotterall Law Firm represents businesses throughout the Tallahassee area in cases involving contract disputes and breaches of fiduciary duties. We serve businesses ranging from startups to mid-size, regional companies with a local presence in Tallahassee. No issue is too big or too small, and we are committed to providing all of our clients with the same level of strategic, attentive legal representation.
To find out what The Cotterall Law Firm can do to help protect your business’s interests, contact us for a complimentary case evaluation.
Speak with Tallahassee Business Litigation Attorney Bill Cotterall
Founded in 2010 by attorney Bill Cotterall, The Cotterall Law Firm provides experienced, client-focused and results-oriented legal representation for Tallahassee businesses. To learn more about how we can help protect your company, contact us online or call (850) 391-9730 today.