Breach of Contract and UCC matters

A contract is simply an agreement between two or more parties to do or to refrain from doing something and it can be verbal or written. A breach of that contract occurs when one party fails to perform the term(s) of the contract. The non-breaching party may then seek to recoup the expense for the injury sustained, including moving for specific performance, cancelling the contract and suing for repayment, or suing for the amount specified in the contract upon one party’s breach (liquidated damages).

Firm attorneys have the litigation experience necessary to recover on or defend against contract claims, including claims arising under the Uniform Commercial Code; the statute enacted in all 50 states that governs certain sales of goods, leases of equipment, secured transactions and other financial transactions. For example, our attorneys have successfully prosecuted and collected on cases involving the sale of goods where the opposing party failed to pay for the products that it either resold or used in its business.

Contact us