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New Jersey Contract Dispute Attorneys

Experienced Attorneys Aggressively Advocate for Clients Facing Contract Disputes in Union County and Throughout New Jersey

If you find yourself and your business in the middle of a contract dispute, the idea of having to shift time, energy, and resources away from your business’ growth and success to resolve a legal dispute can be incredibly frustrating. If you’ve never had to deal with the legal system before, the idea of trying to resolve a contract dispute can also seem daunting — you may not know how to successfully assert or defend your contractual rights, especially if the other party has legal representation. When your company is facing a contract dispute, you need aggressive, knowledgeable legal representation on your side to protect your rights and interests.

For over 25 years, the Union County contract dispute lawyers of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have helped business owners and companies across New Jersey secure favorable outcomes from their contract disputes. Our firm’s skill transactional lawyers and litigators know what it takes to protect your rights in a contract dispute and to get the best possible resolution in your dispute. Our attorneys leave no stone unturned and will vigorously fight to protect your company’s interests and the hard work you have put into building your business. 

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When you or your business is facing a contract dispute, give yourself the best chance at obtaining a favorable outcome. Contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan today to schedule an initial case review to discuss your matter with one of our knowledgeable contract dispute lawyers and to learn more about your legal rights and options for resolving the dispute.

Types of Contract Disputes Our Firm Helps Clients with in Clifton, NJ

A contract dispute has the potential to bring your business to a grinding halt. You don’t have to let a dispute over one of your business’s agreements jeopardize your hard work and the success you’ve built. We can help you if your or your business is facing disputes such as:

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Regardless of whether the other party is failing to follow their obligations under the agreement, threatening to breach your agreement, failing to pay you sums due to you under an agreement, or even interfering with or threatening to interfere with a contractual relationship you have with another party, our firm can help you resolve your contract dispute and fight to secure the best possible outcome for your and your company.

Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC’s Knowledgeable Litigation Attorneys Will Fight to Secure a Favorable Outcome in Your East Brunswick Contract Dispute

Since 1984, the experienced attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan have helped our business and corporate clients secure favorable outcomes when they have faced contract disputes. Our attorneys aggressively fight to protect our clients’ rights and interests in contract disputes. We recognize that a contract dispute can easily take up all your time and energy, so we work hard to handle your contract dispute in a way that keeps you in the loop and fully informed of the developments in your dispute, while still allowing you to focus on operating and growing your business. Our legal team also has extensive experience and knowledge in laws and regulations of the local, national, and international business environments that our clients operate in; we are prepared to help our clients face contract disputes both big and small. 

A contract dispute can seriously jeopardize the hard work you’ve put into growing your business and might even lead to the closure of your business if the dispute does not go your way. When you hire Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan to represent you and your company in your contract dispute, you can trust that our results-focused contract lawyer and litigators will do whatever it takes to get you the results from your contract dispute that you need and deserve so that you can continue to grow and succeed in your business.

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Getting involved in a contract dispute can quickly pose a serious disruption to your business. Don’t let your time, focus, and resources be diverted away from growing your business. Let an experienced contract dispute attorney advocate on your and your business’s behalf to protect your rights and interests and fight to get you the best possible outcome in your dispute. Schedule a case evaluation with our firm today to speak to an experienced contract dispute attorney about your rights and options and to learn more about how we can help you secure the best possible outcome for you in your case.

Frequently Asked Questions about Contract Disputes in New Jersey

FAQ: How long do I have to file a lawsuit for a contract dispute?

Under New Jersey’s statute of limitations, you typically have six years from the breach of a contract dispute to file a lawsuit. However, if your contract dispute involves the sale of goods that is governed by New Jersey’s Uniform Commercial Code, you have only four years from the accrual of your claim to file a lawsuit. In addition, parties can agree in a contract to have a shorter limitations period for a lawsuit arising from the contract, so you should be mindful if your contract has such a provision.

FAQ: Do I have to go to court to resolve my contract dispute?

Most contract disputes do not end up in court or going to trial. Instead, the vast majority disputes are either resolved by negotiated settlement between the parties, or by the parties deciding to submit their dispute to some form of alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration. In addition, the parties’ contract may also require that any disputes or claims arising from or relating to the contract must be resolved through negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or some other form of alternative dispute resolution.




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