Contracts are essential to doing business to ensure your best interests are met. Most professionals, including white-collar workers, entrepreneurs, and lawyers, routinely enter into contracts. These include employment agreements, vendor contracts, and most transactions involving each party’s duties and obligations. If either party has a dispute or believes there is a breach of contract, contacting an experienced attorney is essential to protect yourself and your business.
Are you concerned about a breach of contract issue? Contact Byrd Ramsey today for assistance, 409-202-2020. Our attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience. We are ready to help you resolved your breach of contract dispute.
Contract and Business Dispute Resolution in Beaumont, Texas
Have you experienced a breach of contract by a customer or supplier? Byrd Ramsey’s business litigation attorneys are ready to protect your business’ best interests if your contract has been violated. Generally, the following elements must be evident to prove a breach of contract case:
- Existence of a valid contract;
- You performed your end of the contract;
- Defendant breached the contract, didn’t perform; and
- Damages caused by the breach.
Breach of contract can occur in numerous situations, including:
- Partnership agreements
- Employment, including breach of non-compete agreements
- Construction contracts
- Management agreements
- Oil and gas contracts
- Shareholder agreements
- Commercial transactions
- Real estate leases
- Insurance coverage disputes
Our breach of contract attorneys handle a wide variety of contractual conflicts for both plaintiffs and defendants across many different industries. We understand that contractual disputes can potentially affect your reputation and financial standing. Our team is dedicated to understanding clients’ business needs, goals, and what they hope to achieve as an outcome.
Third-Party Interference with Your Business
When someone interferes with your business contracts, you can seek damages under Texas contract law known as “tortious interference.” Tortious interference includes existing and prospective business opportunities.
Our attorneys conduct a thorough examination of the facts looking at every angle, tortious interference with existing and future business relationships.
- When a person intentionally interferes with a formal contract between two parties and causes one party to breach the contract is known as tortious interference of contract.
- If a third party uses false claims against a business to drive business away or to influence another party not to do business with them, it is considered tortious interference with business relationships.
Experienced Breach of Contract Attorneys in Beaumont
You might be entitled to damages and attorneys’ fees incurred due to the actions of the other party if you or your company is the victim of a breach of contract. Contact a Beaumont business litigation attorney at Byrd Ramsey today to discuss your options. Contact us online or call 409-202-2020.