Contract disputes often involve the failure by one party to provide agreed-upon payment, services or goods. We have represented plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of contract disputes. Some examples of recent matters have involved the following:
- Breach of salvage contract for demolition of former aerospace factory;
- Publicly-traded pharmaceutical company’s failure to pay warrants to investment bank under PIPE contract;
- Breach of representations by seller in asset sale of technology hardware brokerage company;
- Breach by subsidiary of Fortune 200 company of SaaS contract for healthcare technology start-up’s web platform;
- Breach of brokerage contract for shipment of seafood to international distributor;
- Failure to honor real estate commission for sale of former campus of religious institution;
- Breach of agreements to purchase restaurants and liquor licenses;
- Commercial warranty breaches involving sale of yacht and sale of manufacturing equipment;
- Breach of talent management contract;
- Failure to pay performance-based incentives to seller following sale of national campus-laundry service business;
- Representation of commercial landlords and tenants for breach of lease;
- Misappropriation of profits and breach of property management agreement; and
- Breach of good faith and fair dealing obligation by Fortune 500 hardware manufacturer involving licensed South American distributor’s right of exclusivity.
Our litigation practice focuses on the state courts of Massachusetts and New York, as well as the federal courts of Massachusetts. Certain matters involving our clients sometime take us to other venues, as well. Recently, we have litigated cases in Connecticut, Georgia, and Texas through associations with local counsel in those areas.