Business Litigation & Contract Dispute Lawyers
Massachusetts Contract Dispute Attorneys
The financial impact of a breach of contract or other contract dispute can be substantial. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting our business client’s rights under existing employment, performance, leasing, or other business contracts.
In most cases, mediation is required before litigation can be pursued. While mediation allows parties to arrive at mutually acceptable terms, it may require a business to absorb certain losses. Our goal, however, is to make our clients whole again. To that end, our lawyers work with economists, financial experts, accountants and other professionals to accurately quantify the financial harm suffered by our clients. We will not hesitate to pursue litigation in order to protect the financial interests of our clients.
If you are currently involved in a contract dispute, contact the business law and litigation attorneys at Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP today to schedule an appointment to discuss your case. We strive to help you keep your business operating without interruption.
Contract Negotiations, Disputes, and Litigation
Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP advises and represents businesses, investors, employees, employers, construction companies, and others in contract disputes involving:
- Non-compete agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Construction contracts
- Subcontractor agreements
- Performance contracts
- Real estate contracts
- Purchase agreements
Employment Contract Disputes – Enforceability
Perhaps the biggest issue in employment contracts is that of enforceability. For example, employers who include unreasonable geographic limitations or durations in their non-compete agreements are likely to find them unenforceable. When an employment contract dispute arises, our attorneys will review the employment contract in order to determine if its terms are enforceable. We will then take the time to explain the options available to you.
Contact Business Contract Attorneys at Phillips, Gerstein & Channen
If your business operations, real estate project, or promotion has been effected by a contract dispute, contact the business contract attorneys at Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP today to learn how we can help you.