Contract Dispute Litigation Lawyers | Breach of Contract Attorneys

VLF’s business litigation lawyers take on significant contract claims in each of the five markets (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Southern California) VLF serves. In any industry, contract disputes arise unexpectedly. Sometimes, however, contracts are breached simply because one party believes it is more economically feasible to breach a contract than to honor the contract obligation. Whether contracts are breached because of unexpected business conditions, or the unwillingness of a contracting party to provide the products and services agreed upon, VLF’s contract dispute litigation attorneys aggressively pursue the case to seek specific performance (forcing a party to do what was promised) or damages (monetary compensation) for the breach. A breach of contract at an inopportune time can detrimentally affect a company’s financial stability and operation. Contact VLF’s business and corporate law group in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, or Southern California, to discuss your contract issue with our contract dispute team and explore your options.

Protecting Business Interest

When a person or business fails to provide our client with contracted services or products, our client’s business and operations may be seriously compromised. Whether the failure to perform is due to sagging economic conditions or simply low standards on the part of the party breaching the contract, our commercial litigation groups in Texas and California prosecute contract failures on our clients’ behalf by pursuing money damages in a lawsuit, or compelling performance of the breached contract.

I wanted to personally thank you and your staff again for doing such a great job. VLF has been simply amazing. Their professionalism, negotiating skills, and knowledge of the law have simply been a lifesaver for my business. The overall settlement was so much more than we ever expected and hoped for. Simply put, they saved my company. I cannot say enough about your firm and its staff. Thanks to you, my company will continue to grow and be profitable. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Scott Stephens President, Custom Shop Guitars of Texas, LLC April 10, 2016

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