Intervention and Representation in Contract Disputes

Experienced Trial Attorneys for Commercial Breach of Contract in the Hudson Valley

A badly written contract, bad intentions or simple failures on the other side of the transaction can create conflicts. Contract disputes may quickly escalate, disrupting operations and siphoning from the bottom line.

The Commercial Litigation Group at McCabe & Mack LLP provides swift and strategic response to business contract disputes. We prosecute and defend breach of contract cases in Dutchess County, across the Hudson Valley and throughout New York. We will sit down with you to discuss your priorities and concerns and then pursue the option that best protects those interests.

Business and Commercial Contract Disputes

Our clients range from partnerships, professional associations and family-owned businesses to major corporations, financial institutions and insurance companies. We have experience litigating a wide variety of contractual disputes, including:

We explore out-of-court remedies, including demand letters, cease-and-resist orders, direct negotiations and arbitration/mediation. We pursue judicial relief, including injunctions, summary judgment and specific performance. When these avenues are exhausted or inadequate, our experienced trial lawyers will engage in full-fledged breach of contract litigation in state or federal courts.

Take the Steps to Uphold Your Rights

Our diverse team of attorneys brings a cross-disciplinary element to contract litigation, so that we can address the broader implications and collateral issues while forcefully asserting your interests.



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