Breach of contract disputes can be extremely complex and damaging to both parties.

Nobody enters into a contract expecting to be let down, but it happens. Breach of contract occurs when one party to a contract is alleged to break the terms and conditions of an agreed contract. When this happens, it can be damaging to both parties unless the situation can be resolved.

If you need legal advice or assistance with your breach of contract related matter, please contact our expert dispute resolution solicitor in London.

Types of contractual disputes

Disputes can arise from even the most carefully drafted and detailed contracts. Some common types of contractual disputes which arise relate to:

  • Sale of Business & Share Sale Agreements;
  • Sale of Goods & Supply of Goods and Services;
  • Commercial Agency and Distribution Agreements;
  • Franchise Agreements;
  • Consultancy Agreements;
  • Intellectual Property/IT Agreements;
  • Finance and Loans;
  • Leases & sublets.

Do I have to take the matter to court?

This depends on the complexity of the contract and the nature of the breach. While litigation is always an option when a breach of contract has led to financial or consequential losses, we believe that it should be avoided whenever possible.

Our pragmatic approach allows us to explore and exhaust other avenues - making litigation the last resort.

Need help?

Contact our team of civil litigation solicitors today and we will ensure your case is handled by an experienced lawyer, with specialist knowledge of the area of law directly relating to your case. You will be provided with one point of contact for the duration of the legal process, who will update you on the progress of your case as regularly as possible.