Breach of contract and other contract disputes are extremely common in business. This occurs when one party accuses the other party of failing to perform a duty as promised, either through a written or an oral agreement. A breach of contract often leads to a legal battle as it can negatively impact the person or business.
Minnesota Breach of Contract Lawyer
As defined by the Minnesota Statutes, a contract is a “set of promises for the breach of which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law in some way recognizes as a duty.” A breach of this contract means that the party fails to provide what is offered through the contract. A contract can be established either through the written word or orally as well.
Whether you are the one that has been accused of breaching the contract or whether you feel like the other party has not done as the contract states, gaining legal advice can make all the difference to the outcome of this problem. Duane Johnson is an experienced Minneapolis employment law attorney that has over 25 years helping clients with contract negotiations, bargaining and issues of breach. Duane can help you with all issues pertaining to contract breaches including:
- Contracts involving goods (cars, household items, boats, etc.)
- Contract involving the sale of goods (employment agreements)
Do You Have a Case?
If you are looking to recover a breach of contract claim then you must be able to prove three different things:
- That the contract was formed to begin with
- That the plaintiff performed any conditions precedent
- That the defendant breached the contract
The success of your case largely depends on the attorney defending you.
Minnesota Contract Litigation
Breaches of contract agreements are complex. Every single situation is different based on the formality taken, the goods in question and more. There is often a debate on whether the service was performed or the goods were delivered and most breach of contract cases come down to hard evidence and facts. There are several different defense tactics to take when defending a breach of contract accusation including the statute of fraud as well as the statute of limitations. Duane Johnson will assess your situation and determine the best plan of action to protect your professional name, your company and your rights.
When faced with an accusation of a breach of contract or when faced with a breach of contract, this can have devastating effects to your business and your career. It can also cause unwanted emotional stress. Having a trusted and experienced attorney fighting on your behalf can help alleviate the stress and ensure that your business is in the best hands. Contact the Law Office of Duane Johnson today at 612-529-6041 to discuss your situation and determine the best solution.