Breach of Contract

If you are involved in any kind of business, large or small, then you understand that one of the most important contributors to your success is the concept of a contract.  A contract is used as a way to protect the interests of both parties when business is done.  A contract that is properly devised has the law on its side, and when one party fails to hold up their end of the bargain and the contract is breached, the law can step in and require compliance.  At the Law Offices of Torrence L. Howell, I have spent more than a decade working with breach of contract cases and am well-versed in the processes involved.  It is important to have representation in a breach of contract case, and I am prepared to help you fight for your business rights.

What Is Breach of Contract?

Although a business contract can be put together in many different ways, the idea is that something is promised by one company in exchange for something from another company, whether it is goods, services, money, or actions.  The items promised have a certain value and the legal term for them is “consideration.”  A contract is breached when one party does not do what was promised in the contract.  For instance, when a vendor does not deliver a promised piece of merchandise or when an employee discloses information that he is not allowed to share under a non-disclosure agreement, these are breaches of contract.  As your lawyer, I can put forward your interests in these types of instances and legally help you to obtain the best result so that you can focus on your business.

As a lawyer who practices business law and has an MBA degree, I am uniquely situated to help businesses with breach of contract issues.  Contact the Law Offices of Torrence L. Howell today to set an appointment for a consultation so that we can begin to work through the issues at hand.