Businessman Handshake


Broken contracts are one of the most common legal issues that businesses face today and a majority of your company's activity is likely based on contracts between you and other parties. Employment contracts, vendor contracts, and sales contracts require valid contracts where a consideration or valuable offer was made by one party then accepted by the other party. Reasons behind breaches in contracts can sometimes include failure to satisfy the basic requirements of a contract or fundamental unfairness.

Dealing with people who fail to perform as promised is just part of doing business but when do you know if should you hire a lawyer to send a demand letter to the breaching party? In order to bring a business lawsuit against another party for breaking a contract, you must be able to prove certain relevant details about the arrangement. Sasso law will help you determine when you have good grounds on which to sue and bring about a lawsuit.

In most cases, the law allows for you to recover damages to cover your business's financial injury and inconvenience that results for a breached contract as long as you notified the other party of the breach, followed the contract, and performed as you had promised. The attorneys at Sasso law can advise you on the contract in question and represent you in seeking resolution of the dispute to help you achieve your legal goals.

Contract being ripped


Terms of Employment section

The Sasso Law firm engages in the general practice of breach of contract law including but not limited to the following fields:

  • Actual Breach
  • Anticipatory Breach
  • Minor Breach
  • Material Breach
  • Written contracts
  • Oral contracts
  • Employment contracts
  • Vendor contracts
  • Sales contracts
  • Service contracts
  • Architectural and engineering agreements
  • Construction manager agreements
  • GMP contracts
  • Design-build contracts


NJ State Bar Association Seal

Superior Court of NJ Seal

Supreme Court of NJ Seal

FL Supreme Court Seal

US Court of Appeals for the Thrid Circuit Seal

FL Bar Seal