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By The Patterson Law Firm
The Patterson Law Firm offers alternative fee agreements for commercial lawsuits including breach of contract, contract disputes, shareholder disagreements, etc.
By The Patterson Law Firm
Tom Patterson will present an NBI seminar on indemnification contracts. The seminar will be available via NBI for CLE credit.
By WB Law Group
When a landlord decides to rent out his or her property and finds a tenant to do so, they enter into a lease agreement. If either party violates this lease agreement they can sue or be sued for breach of lease contract.
By Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP
A Do-It-Yourself Estimate Did Not Hold Up in Court; Fred D. Weinstein, Esq., Successfully Represented the Defendant in a Noteworthy Breach of Contract Lawsuit
By The Patterson Law Firm, LLC
Business Litigation Expert Tom Patterson Discusses Breach of Contract at Upcoming Chicagoland NBI Seminar
By BARD Marketing
Attorney Gary M. Farmer, Sr., of Farmer Jaffe Weissing, who represented Avante nursing homes in an appeal against Senior Care Pharmacy of Florida, LLC for breach of contract, recently obtained reversal of a judgment for $1,608,104.72.
By Milton Firman
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By Professional Legal Services
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By Hiscox
Breach of contract makes up nearly half of professional indemnity claims in the technology sector - - Hiscox launches booklet to help businesses better understand common contract problems -
Investors in several martial arts studios operating under licenses granted by USSD are suing Z-Ultimate Self Defense Studios and its managers and officers for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and other intentional violations.
By BARD Marketing
Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jack S. Cox recently denied Jupiter Yacht Club Marina, Ltd. and Seasport Marine Services, Inc.’s claim for motion to dismiss and motion for involuntary dismissal with prejudice of a prior settlement agreement.

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