Proven Results in Resolving Contract Disputes

Contracts are the lifeblood of any business, but only if both parties adhere to the agreement. The most well-drafted and negotiated contracts are not immune to one party violating the agreement. Breaches can impact the bottom line of your company and even place its future at risk.

At Lehtola & Cannatti, PLLC, we help our clients understand and negotiate the terms in their favor before the contract is signed so they know and can prepare for any potential issues before they happen.

Serious business issues require immediate representation by attorneys committed to both efficiency and results.

Taking On The Complexities of Contractual Matters For Texas-Based Businesses

At Lehtola & Cannatti, PLLC, we commit our resources to resolving contract disputes and breaches that take the form of:

  • Failure to comply with the terms of the agreement
  • Failure to provide promised goods
  • Delivery of defective goods
  • Failure to render services
  • Failure to pay for goods and services
  • Dispute over licensing agreements
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Breach of noncompete agreements

We empathize with our fellow Texas business owners dealing with complex legal matters that can lead to complex litigation.

We Focus On The Law. You Focus On Your Business.

We will take on all aspects of your business law case, allowing you to focus on the day-to-day functions of your business. Successfully managing a breach of contract matter requires fact-gathering, prompt analysis, cutting-edge document retention and research technology and wise strategy. Our focus is always to save you not only the stress of contract violations, but also the time and money it costs.

We pride ourselves on the seasoned representation you would find at a large law office with the individualized approach that small firms are famous for. You need that level of representation when a contract breach impairs your ability to generate revenue and meet the needs of the marketplace.

Resolve Contract Violations Now. Contact Our Dallas-Based Law Firm.

If a vendor or customer has failed to live up to a written agreement, take action. Contact the commercial lawyers at our firm by calling 972-383-1515. You can also reach our firm through our online intake form.