The business world revolves around agreements between parties to fulfill certain obligations. If one party does not fulfill its part of an agreement, it is known as "breach of contract." This may occur when one party fails to complete work in a timely manner, does not complete work that was agreed upon, does not complete work satisfactorily or fails to comply with the terms of an agreement completely.

The commercial litigation group at Leisawitz Heller in Wyomissing represents plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of breach of contract matters. The obvious course of action is to file a lawsuit against a party that failed to comply with a business agreement. Our legal team has extensive experience pursuing breach of contract lawsuits and defending clients who have been named in these lawsuits.

You Have Options. We Make Sure You Understand Each Of Them.

There are alternatives to litigation that frequently are just as effective and less expensive. These include mediation using a trained third-party mediator and alternative dispute resolution. Our attorneys review all available options and opportunities for resolving business disputes and recommend the course of action that best fits each client's unique objectives.

If a resolution cannot be reached through negotiations or using alternative methods, we will represent you in court. Our breach of contract lawyers are detail-oriented and always committed to our clients' best interests. We work with clients across a wide range of industries and have experience in a variety of commercial litigation disputes, including:

  • Commercial real estate disputes
  • Service contracts
  • Loan agreements
  • Supplier contracts
  • Construction disputes
  • Purchasing disputes
  • Collection disputes
  • Employment matters

Our Solutions Are Tailored To Your Needs

We provide a level of personal attention that is the next best thing to having in-house counsel. We work with clients in Greater Reading and throughout southeast Pennsylvania. We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your contract dispute and recommend an effective course of action. Call or email us to schedule an appointment.