Breach of Contract

Representing Small Businesses in Contract Disputes

In a perfect world, businesses would negotiate fair contracts and both sides would honor their commitments. However, the business world is not always perfect.

At the Law Office of Charles P. Kazarian in Boston, I represent family-owned and small businesses throughout Massachusetts and New England in all types of contract disputes, including.

  • Contracts for the sale of goods or services: Disputes often arise over the quality, quantity, a failure to perform, billing fraud or timeliness of good or services delivered.
  • Contracts between shareholders or partners in a company: Disputes can arise over minority freeze-out claims, buy-sell agreements and other agreements between partners or shareholders.
  • Construction disputes: Disputes include fairly to perform under a contract, disputes with subcontractors and failure to pay
  • Contracts for the sale of a business: A claim of fraud may arise in the sale of a business when the seller provides financial statements or projections that are not consistent with facts the buyer discovers later.
  • Employment contracts: Disputes can arise over wrongful termination, for breach of a confidentiality or non-compete agreement, or nonpayment of compensation.

If there is a breach of contract, you may seek to have the contract enforced or recover damages for the harm you have suffered. As your lawyer, I will help you evaluate your options so you can pick the best remedy in your situation. If your business is being harmed by the breach of contract, I can file an injunction to prevent further damage while the case is in process.

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Call (617) 723-6676 today for a confidential review of your case. There is no cost for an initial e-mail exchange or telephone consultation with me or my staff. Or you can fill out the contact form on this site, including as many details as you feel are necessary about your legal malpractice or other matter. We try to respond to all emails within 24 hours.