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Plaintiffs, or even their attorneys, sometimes make the costly mistake of not thoroughly analyzing facts. This is why having an experienced Colorado breach of contract law lawyer can make a difference.
As Denver contract lawyers and business consultants, Watson & Associates’ represent companies that may be in breach.
Our goal is to assess the strength of the case’s merits and vigorously defense against allegations that our clients breached the contract terms. We have successfully handled complex litigation at all levels of federal and state courts in Colorado.
Colorado Breach of Contract Attorney Services
Our Denver Colorado breach of contract lawyers assess the facts and aggressively protect our clients’ interests.
We help by:
- Addressing breach problems early and learn how to minimize your remedies for an independent contractor breach of contract.
- Making sure that your agreement has the right terms.
- Providing drafting and review services
- Developing the strongest legal position before litigation gets too far gone.
- Resolving independent contractor disputes.
- Giving our clients clear direction base on court rulings.
For immediate assistance, call a Denver breach of contract lawyer for a confidential, free initial consultation online or call 720-941-7200.
Trusting Client Relationships: Clients frequently retain a Watson’s contract law attorney and the firm’s litigation practitioners to challenge parties that breach legally binding defendants or as Plaintiff’s seeking to achieve specific performance or other remedies for contract breach.
Clients work closely with our firm’s civil trial lawyers to develop comprehensive strategies in common law cases either to develop affirmative defenses or to get specific performance.
What is a Breach of Contract?
When you enter into a business contract with an independent contractor, each party is obligated to follow the agreed-upon terms and conditions. If one party fails to follow any material contract clauses, this can be considered at litigation. When litigating a breach of contract case, you must make a legal determination as to whether the breach was material or immaterial.
The next step that most litigants miss is deciding whether the breaching party has a legal affirmative defense. Although the court may decide that a breach has occurred, if the defendant shows that it has a legal defense, and succeeds on that point, then the case may be dismissed. These are but some of the reasons to have a Denver breach of contract lawyer on your side.
Does Your Contract have to be in writing?
An offer under contract law does not have to be in writing. However, you must have evidence that it was communicated to the other party to be legally valid. The offer may be communicated by the offeror or at his direction. If the offeree hears about the offer indirectly, courts may not see this as a valid offer since the offeror did not actually communicate it to the offeree.
What is the difference between a void and a voidable contract?
A valid contract is a legally-binding contract that is made in accordance with all legal requirements. A voidable contract is an agreement that would be binding and enforceable except the circumstances surrounding its execution, or the fact that one of the parties lacks capacity makes the contract voidable at the option of one of the parties. A voided contract is an agreement which has no legal effect.
What is the Statute of Limitations in Colorado Under Contract Law?
Colorado contract law requires you to act within a three-year period (Statute of Limitations) for a written contract. If there is an oral contract then the statute of limitations period is two years. The statute of limitations starts to run when you know of should have known about the breach. This is very fact specific when seeking remedies for independent contractor breach of contract.
Can a non-lawyer represent a company in Court?
If your company has a contract breach action, Colorado laws suggest that corporations and other legal entities are not allowed to represent their own interests in a state court proceeding in Colorado. Corporations must retain legal counsel. If a non-lawyer files an action with the court, the other side might request the court to reject documents filed.
Contract Litigation & Trial Advocacy
With over 20 years of practice, our Denver contract attorneys work with clients from the formation stages all the way through contract litigation and appeals. Our civil litigation lawyers are highly experienced in providing concise and aggressive representation, drafting trial briefs and delivering persuasive oral arguments before Colorado judges or appellate courts.
- Read about the difference between material breach vs. non-material breach
- Learn more about affirmative defenses to contract breach law litigation and common law breach remedies.
For help with independent contractor breach of contract law remedies, legal representation or legal advice, the Denver contract lawyers at our office can help small and large businesses in Denver CO, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Fort Collins, Lakewood, Thornton, Arvada, Westminster, Pueblo, Centennial, Boulder, Highlands Ranch, Greeley, Longmont, Loveland, Grand Junction; Columbine Valley, Superior, Louisville, Castle Pines Village; Cherry Creek CO, Holly Hills, Morrison, Cherry Hills Village, Bow Mar, Woodmoor, Centennial and more. Call our Denver breach of contract lawyers for help with your business legal matters.
Call a Watson’s Colorado Breach of Contract Attorneys
If you are a corporation, individual or independent contractor, and need legal help seeking remedies for breach of contract, litigation or consulting about contract terms, contact Watson’s Denver Colorado breach of contract lawyers for a free initial consultation at 720-941-7200.