Here For You When An Agreement Is Broken
You use contracts as a failsafe to protect your business needs. When the other party does not uphold their end of the arrangement, it can be extremely frustrating. Urban Thier & Federer, P.A., is experienced in handling contract breach legal issues. If you feel that you are involved in a contract in which there has been a difference of opinion regarding the interpretation of the contract terms, or it is clear that the terms of the contract have been breached, we can help. We offer legal counsel in domestic and international contract laws and have experience with complex contract breach legal actions in both court and arbitration proceedings.
We Can Help You Deal With A Contract Dispute
With offices located throughout the United States and Europe, we offer a broad range of business litigation and contract breach legal services. If you are facing an international, domestic or real estate contract matter, our attorneys can help give you direction on the viability of your claims, as well as help you initiate legal proceedings.
Regardless of business entity structure or real estate transaction, our staff will create a plan to prosecute or defend the enforcement of contractual rights and duties.
We work with many types of contracts, including:
- Services contracts
- Noncompete provisions
- Contractor law
- Subcontractor agreement
- Fraud in the inducement
- Employment contracts
- Tenant/landlord violations and noncompliance
- Residential lease compliance
- Commercial lease disputes
Business litigation and consulting are at the forefront of our practice. With extensive knowledge in this area of law, we are positioned to guide you through any and all contract-related matters.
Let Us Guide You To A Contract Resolution Today
Whether you have a small business or corporation or have concerns about real estate law, we bring years of experience with a team of competent legal counsel. Our goal is to help you preserve and protect your business and personal assets as well as assist you in securing contract compliance. Call our office today at 212-257-0898 or complete the online submission form to learn more.
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