Breach of Contract
At the Law Offices of Jason L. Abelove PC, we often litigate breaches of contract. You know full well that contracts are vital to the successful operation and growth of your business. When one or more parties fail to hold up their end of an agreement, a breach of contract may arise.
Not only do breaches of contract cause you stress as a business owner, but they also cause you to waste valuable time and energy that you could have been using to meet your personal and professional goals. Schedule a free consultation with us today to start getting back on track. We’ll review the different kinds of contract breaches, including minor breaches, material breaches, anticipatory breaches, and more. Allow us to advocate for you and your business.
If you and your business partner are entangled in conflict, you might consider a business divorce. This involves severing the partnership through the dissolution of the entity through which you and your partner do business.
You may feel as though a business divorce is the best path forward. If so, let us take some of the weight off your shoulders. You shouldn’t have to navigate the complexities of this process alone. We’ll strive to protect your best interests during this frustrating time.
As a business owner, you want to ensure that any trade secrets vital to your business, such as a proprietary piece of software or even a list of clients, don’t fall into the hands of a competitor. If you have a former employee who uses your trade secrets to establish a competing enterprise, you may quickly find your business in jeopardy. This is why drafting a non-compete agreement for all of your employees to sign can be such an impactful decision for your business.
Creating enforceable non-compete agreements is far from a straightforward process. Having the guidance and input of a knowledgeable business law attorney in Garden City can make all the difference in your case. With so much on the line, you deserve nothing less.