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Resolving Your Contract Dispute Through Litigation

Our attorneys at the Red Bank law firm of Miller & Gaudio PC represent buyers, sellers, contractors, subcontractors, construction business and property owners in a wide range of contract matters involving either simple or complex litigation.

Commercial entities and businesses engaged in business in New Jersey are welcome to contact an experienced attorney at the law offices of Miller & Gaudio PC regarding contract disputes.

Perhaps your business has been harmed by a former or present employee who stole and shared proprietary information. We handle litigation involving violation of noncompete agreements, breach of contract in supply and delivery transactions, commercial leases and failure to perform in-home purchase transactions.

Experienced And Trial Ready

Not all breach of contract disputes need to go to trial. We often resolve contract disputes through negotiations or mediation. However, we find that we get the best results in such negotiations when we make it clear that we are prepared to go to court to assert or defend our clients’ interests and protect their rights. Our lawyers are certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy as civil trial attorneys.

We use the latest technology to our clients’ advantage when discovery during complex contract litigation requires the review of large numbers of documents.

Contact A Red Bank Contract Litigation Attorney

Call 732-582-5043 or email a contract attorney at Miller & Gaudio PC to schedule a consultation regarding pending or potential breach of contract litigation.