Contractual relationships arise from everyday transactions, including signing a lease, accepting a credit card, purchasing goods, or even receiving services. Not all transactions have happy endings and frequently one or more parties to a contract will need legal advice. Moore, Young, Foster & Hazelton has extensive experience litigating contractual disputes. In addition to defending clients accused of wrongful breach, the firm is privileged to represent its business and individual clients in suits against others for breach of contract. The rights and remedies available in these disputes are frequently as unique as the contract itself, including issues regarding liquidated damages, anticipated damages, and arbitration. To assess your rights and defenses under a contract, please contact the attorneys in the Contract Practice Group for additional information.