Breach of Employment Contract Solicitors
Breaching the terms and conditions of a contract can lead to a professional relationship breaking down as well claims for damages in court. Breach of contract disputes can cost an employer time away from their business, money and a lot of stress.
Does a contract have to be written in order to be breached?
A contract does not have to be a written document in order for it to be breached. However, such breaches can take place in a number of different ways, and it is important to remember that both employers and employees can breach the contract. Both parties can therefore sue the other if the breach of contract causes a loss.
Despite the fact that you might have a written, legally sound contract in place, sometimes you simply cannot avoid someone breaching the contract. It’s therefore important to seek legal advice from an employment solicitor as early on as possible.
How our breach of contract solicitors can help
Our specialist employment law solicitors can help you resolve a breach of contract dispute in a way that is tailored to your business needs.
Whether you have been accused of a breach of contract or you believe that another party has breached an agreement, we will aim to find a solution that is as amicable as possible and avoids further conflict. If this is not possible, our expert employment solicitors can represent you in court.
Breach of contract FAQs
To claim for a breach of contract, you must be able to:
- Provide proof that there was a legally-binding contract in existence
- Prove that the other party did not execute their part of the contract satisfactorily
- Demonstrate that the business has suffered a loss as a result
There is a six-year limitation period for claiming a breach of contract.
It’s important to seek legal advice to give you the best possible chance of resolving a breach of contract outside of court.
Our experienced solicitors can review the contract and advise you on next steps, help prepare for meetings, seek involvement from experts and determine the cost of an out-of-court settlement.
Contact our breach of contract solicitors in Bristol
If you’re an employer who has experienced a breach of contract, our employment solicitors are here to help. We can also advise on disciplinary action and settlement agreements. Call us on 0117 325 2929 or fill out our online enquiry form.