Interference with Contracts
Safeguarding Your Rights with The Mirkhan Law Firm
Contracts are an essential part of doing business. When one party fails
to fulfill their part of a contract, a
breach of contract has taken place. A breach, however, is sometimes caused when a third party
interferes with another party's ability to perform their obligations
under a contract. This is termed as an interference with contracts. If
you or your business is endangered due to contract interference, a skilled
business lawyer should be consulted as soon as possible.
Two Major Ways to Combat Interference
Contract interference can occur in situations where non-compete agreements
or non-solicitation agreements exist. A non-compete makes employees sign
a contract declaring that they will not work for a direct competitor for
a certain period of time if they should leave their current job. For California
businesses, however, it is important to realize that these types of agreements
are not enforceable in the court of law against employees.
Non-solicitation agreements are absolutely valid in California. They keep
individuals who were once employees from stealing valuable employees from
their former place of work to join them in their new business venture.
There are difficulties with both agreements and it may be hard to enforce
people from leaving voluntarily or proving that former employees are purposefully
interfering with contracts. Having the professional and legal assistance
of someone who knows the legal system well, such as
The Mirkhan Law Firm, can be invaluable.
Determining Interference of Agreements
several key factors that must be demonstrated in a case of interference of contract. Some
of these factors may include the following
- A valid contract exists between two parties.
- The party interfering had knowledge of the existence of the contract.
- The party interfering knowingly impeded a contracted party from performing
- The third party was not authorized to act in this way.
- The contract was breached based on the actions of the interfering party.
- The interfering party caused harm or damage to one or both of the parties.
In some cases, a party accused of a breach of contract could be a victim
of contractual interference. At our firm, our goal is always to resolve
any business disputes of our clients as rapidly and efficiently as possible.
We understand how vital it is to accomplish this goal; we work diligently
toward that end.
Understanding the Need for a Business Litigation Lawyer
If you suspect that a third party has interfered with a contractual agreement
between you and a business partner, resulting in a breach of contract,
you must seek respected and aggressive legal representation immediately.
Legal action can often resolve these situations effectively and quickly.
Our experience and dedication to our clients can give you the confidence
that your case will be addressed by a skilled professional that is extremely
familiar with business contract interference and what legal action could
be initiated to resolve the issue. Fill out our
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business litigation attorney as soon as possible.