Breach of Contract
Ohio’s Premiere Breach of Contract Lawyers
James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA, is a Columbus, Ohio law firm that also serves the Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Dayton areas. We focus on trial practice for both individuals and corporate clients, in both state and federal courts, including breach of contract cases.
Business contracts and corporate agreements form the cornerstone for any successful organization. When these documents are not adhered to, the resultant disputes can have a cascade-like effect through multiple departments. An experienced business litigation attorney can ensure the contract dispute is handled efficiently with minimal disruption of your business.
At James E. Arnold & Associates, our lawyers have decades of combined experience guiding clients through even the most complex business litigation matters. A significant portion of our firm is devoted to resolving contract disputes. Whether you are seeking to resolve the dispute through negotiation, mediation or litigation, we invite you to contact the Columbus, Ohio breach of contract lawyers at our firm.
Business Litigation Lawyers
Throughout the history of our practice, the lawyers at our firm have represented large corporations and small businesses in a broad array of matters, including:
- Non-compete agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Dissolution of partnership
- Operating agreement disputes
- Lease disputes
- Insurance contract disputes
- Employment contracts
There are numerous potential remedies to a breach of contract dispute. Our law firm will pursue an efficient and effective resolution through all phases of the legal system, including negotiation and, if necessary, litigation. We invite you to contact our legal team to discuss your business contract disputes in greater detail.
If you have concerns regarding business and commercial litigation, breach of contract or any other referenced practice area, contact James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA. Our lawyers represent clients in the state of Ohio including Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Dayton.