Business Litigation Lawyer In Birmingham
At Henry C. Dailey, Jr., P.C., our business litigation attorneys represent individuals and businesses who have filed or are defending against claims arising from transactional disputes. Led by founding attorney Henry C. Dailey, our legal team is equipped to advise you on a variety of business-related matters, including:
- Breach of contract between partners, employees, suppliers, contractors and other parties
- Fraudulent practices, such as misrepresentation of services
- Intellectual property disputes related to patent infringement and theft of trade secrets
When you choose to partner with our team, you benefit from our state-wide representation and our contingency fee arrangements. Whether you live or work in Mobile, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa or elsewhere in Alabama, we are ready to assist you with your complex legal matter. Because we do not charge legal fees until we win your case, you do not need to worry about paying attorney fees upfront to resolve your issue.
What Is Breach Of Contract?
A contract is a legally binding agreement that outlines each party’s obligations and prohibitions. Breach of contract is when a party who has entered into the contract does something he/she has agreed not to do, or does not do something he/she has agreed to do. Violating even one portion of a contract can constitute a breach in contract. A major breach of contract can result in the agreement being dissolved, and the wronged party receiving restitution or compensation for damages incurred by the breach.
Our firm’s lawyers are qualified to represent you in court or in negotiations. We will first pursue negotiations because this approach often resolves business-related disputes more efficiently than litigating matters. Should negotiations stall, we are always prepared to go to court to protect your rights and advocate for your business’s interests before a judge.
What Can I Do?
If you feel you have a claim, our Alabama business litigation lawyers would like to talk to you. You may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation legal consultation: 205-606-6970.