unlawful employment termination - what's your next step?

unlawful employment termination - what's your next step?

Effective Defenses When Sued For Violating A Contract

Arthur Young

Contracts play an important role in business. However, a contract is not very useful if there is a breach of contract and nothing is done to respond to this breach. However, if you are accused of breaching the contract yourself, you may not know how to respond without the help of a contractural dispute attorney.

The Other Party Didn't Fulfill a Condition Precedent

There might have been some condition that the other party needed to fulfill. Therefore, you couldn't have breached the contract because the contract was not valid from the beginning due to the failure to meet this condition.

Fraud

If you entered into the contract because you were fooled by the other party due to fraud, you may use this as a way to exit the contract and not be held liable. For example, if the other party knowingly misrepresented information that influenced your entering of the contract, this may make the contract void. 

The Contract Was Only Oral

In the past, many contracts were oral. However, most states require that contracts be put in writing today for them to be enforceable. Even in states where written contracts aren't required, the other party might struggle to enforce a contract that is entirely oral due to the lack of detail.

The Contract Was Indefinite

If the contract was indefinite, this means that both parties did not agree to the terms of the contract. As a result, the contract would be considered unenforceable. However, the courts will still expect both you and the other party to act in good faith and to reach a reasonable agreement.

You Didn't Actually Breach the Contract

In some cases, you may be able to prove that you didn't breach the contract. This might even include if the alleged breach was due to you having not made a payment. If you make a payment before the court date, this may be enough to avoid a lawsuit. However, you should clarify this with a contractual dispute attorney.

Contractual disputes are very complex matters, and it is usually a bad idea to try to handle them on your own. Fortunately, there are contractural dispute attorneys who specialize in this area of law and can help you craft a defense that can help you beat a lawsuit. A contractual dispute can be difficult to beat because you must engage in an affirmative defense. This means that you must prove that you did not violate the contract.

To learn more, contact a contractual dispute attorney.


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Have you recently been let go from your job? Do you feel that the termination was illegal in any way? It is time for you to stand up to unfair employment practices by your former employer. An employment attorney helped me get through an impossible time more easily. I had no idea how serious the repercussions for terminating my position could be for the company, nor did I know how much the company would owe me for doing so. Thankfully, the attorney took the time to answer each and every question that I had and discussed all of my options. I have included much of what I learned on my website to help others learn what they could be owed if they were unlawfully terminated from their jobs.

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