Georgia Contract Breach Attorneys

Columbus Corporate Contract Attorneys

Many business relationships are governed by sophisticated contracts with pages upon pages of detailed terms. When those relationships unravel, the resulting contract litigation can become extraordinarily complex. Few attorneys have the experience to handle these cases effectively.

At Butler Wooten & Peak LLP, our Georgia contract breach lawyers have a proven track record of success in business and commercial litigation. If your company or your client is involved in a contract dispute, don't hesitate to contact us to discuss your options.

Experienced Business Litigation Law Firm

Our firm has the experience and resources to take on complex corporate litigation on behalf of clients nationwide. Our team of dedicated trial lawyers is prepared to litigate cases revolving around all types of business contracts, including but not limited to the following:

  • Vendor and supply contracts
  • Construction and development contracts
  • Intellectual property licensing contracts
  • Partnership and joint venture agreements

Our attorneys have the analytical insight to carefully evaluate the contract terms relevant to your dispute in light of the applicable law. We will then offer skilled counsel on your options for moving forward and seeking the most beneficial possible resolution to your case.

Depending on the facts of your case, our firm may be able to take representation on a contingency basis, offering high value and low risk without the burden of high hourly rates and massive monthly bills. We welcome inquiries from corporate counsel and referring attorneys.

Prepared to Handle Individual and Class Action Cases

In addition to individual breach-of-contract claims, our firm is also prepared to handle class action contract litigation. Typically, this would arise from a situation in which a single business has systematically breached contracts with many of its customers or investors.

If you believe a business has breached a contract with you, we can determine whether you have an individual or class action claim. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.