Contract Litigation Attorney In Tampa

Contracts are fundamental to all business operations and relationships. When a contract is breached, legal action must be taken to enforce the agreement to protect the business and ensure that further damage is not done to other commercial relationships.

At Yanger Law Group, P.A., our attorneys zealously advocate on behalf of businesses and professionals throughout Florida in contract disputes. We provide staunch advocacy in litigation and will aggressively act to protect your interests in these disputes.

Contract Litigation Lawyer In Tampa — Handling All Forms Of Contract Disputes

We assist in all types of contract disputes, including:

  • Licensing issues and use of intellectual property
  • Service and supplier agreements
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Partnership and shareholder agreements
  • Operating agreements
  • Franchise disputes
  • Right of first refusal
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Trade contracts
  • Implied agreements
  • Promissory notes and recovering assets

No matter how involved or complex the contract or dispute, we are prepared with the legal experience and contract law understanding to protect your interests, litigating the matter if necessary. It is critical that you have capable legal representation on your side should the matter go to court.

We will thoroughly investigate the alleged breach of contract, gathering all relevant correspondence, documentation and accounts. Our attorneys carry the legal burden on your behalf, minimizing disruption to your business and its operations.

We will resolve the issue as efficiently and seamlessly as possible. If litigation is required, however, you can trust our trial lawyers to skillfully and zealously provide an advantageous resolution in court.

To learn more about our abilities in contract disputes and litigation, please contact our Tampa, Florida, law firm today at 813-286-7025. We handle litigation on behalf of companies internationally and domestically with interests in Florida.