You can hold a business accountable for failing to perform on a contract in San Diego, and throughout California. The Watkins Firm has decades of experience serving the San Diego business community in these types of disputes, and can help you to resolve the issue as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. While it may not be possible to compel them (legally) to perform on the contract itself, there are several alternatives to help achieve the best possible outcome for the situation at hand.
Failure to perform is a breach of contract, and is definitely the basis for a breach of contract lawsuit. While filing a suit may get the other party’s attention, business litigation in San Diego will take many months, usually more than a year. The first step when working to hold a business accountable for failing to perform on a contract in San Diego is to meet with us to discuss your responsibility to mitigate the damages, and to establish clear goals for this situation. We will pursue negotiations based upon your goals in a firm but productive manner. We understand the nature of business relationships, as well as the strategies that move small business professionals and corporations to come into contract compliance.
Our attorneys can represent you in each phase of the process, including negotiations, mediation, arbitration and ultimately in Court. If you are concerned about how to hold a business accountable for failing to perform on a contract we invite you to review the strong recommendations of our clients and contact the Watkins Firm or call 858-535-1511 for a complimentary consultation today.
We will discuss what has happened, and develop goals, options and strategies to achieve your objectives. We work to negotiate the fastest and most efficient resolution possible and preserving valuable business relationships for our clients, while keeping all potential options open.