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Skilled Breach of Contract Attorneys in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Skilled Breach of Contract Attorneys in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

In Need of a Breach of Contract Lawyer in Philadelphia?

At Omni Law, P.C., our Philadelphia breach of contract lawyers are specialists in contract law, possessing the knowledge and expertise necessary to interpret and enforce contract terms. This focus ensures that our clients’ rights are protected and that they understand their obligations under the contract.

We understand that determining whether a breach of contract has occurred can be complex. Whether you enforce the terms or are alleged to be failing to fulfill the obligations under the agreement, our Philadelphia County attorney helps Pennsylvania companies choose the best action to address the breach and seek appropriate remedies.

We build and nurture long-term relationships with our clients, enabling them to see each potential angle of their business and legal needs. This is crucial for any legal action or negotiation that may follow. With Omni Law, no detail is left to chance. How Can The Philadelphia Breach of Contract Lawyers Help Me

Omni Law: Experienced Breach of Contract Lawyers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

At Omni Law P.C, our Philadelphia business and corporate attorneys provide expert legal counsel for individuals, entrepreneurs, start-ups, partnerships, and long-established corporations when pursuing breach of contract solutions—no matter which side of the dispute they are on.

We represent our clients in breach of contract negotiations and lawsuits involving:

  • Material Breaches
A material breach is a significant failure that goes to the heart of the contract. It prevents the contract from being completed or significantly diminishes its value. This breach usually entitles the non-breaching party to terminate the contract and seek damages.

  • Minor Breaches
Also known as a partial or immaterial breach, a minor breach involves a slight deviation from the terms of the contract that does not substantially affect the outcome. The non-breaching party may still be entitled to damages but must continue to perform their obligations under the contract.

  • Anticipatory Breach
This occurs when one party indicates, either through words or actions, that they will not be fulfilling their contractual obligations in the future. The non-breaching party can treat this as an immediate breach and may pursue remedies.

  • Actual Breach
An actual breach happens when one party fails to perform their duties as specified in the contract on the due date or performs them improperly.

Our Philadelphia business attorneys possess a wealth of knowledge and practical business insight that enables us to provide comprehensive guidance to businesses of all sizes. We offer personalized advice tailored to your specific needs, addressing legal issues and challenges that arise throughout your company’s lifecycle.

Whether you need us for a single transaction or as a partner who helps your business grow, we provide transformative legal representation customized to meet your needs. Contact our Philadelphia Omni Law attorneys today to get started.

How Can The Philadephia Breach of Contract Lawyers at Omni Law Help My Company?

To establish a breach-of-contract claim, a legally enforceable contract must exist. The non-breaching party must have performed its obligations or been ready and willing to perform them while the other party fails to perform as required under the contract terms, leaving the non-breaching party to suffer losses due to the breach.

When a breach of contract occurs, the non-breaching party is typically entitled to remedies.

These may include:


  • Compensatory Damages: To cover the direct losses and costs incurred.
  • Consequential Damages: For indirect losses that result from the breach.
  • Liquidated Damages: Pre-determined amounts specified in the contract for specific breaches.
  • Punitive Damages: Rarely awarded in contract cases, intended to punish wrongful conduct.

Specific Performance

  • A court order requiring the breaching party to fulfill their obligations per the contract. This is usually applied when monetary damages are insufficient, such as in real estate transactions.


  • The contract is canceled, and both parties are excused from further performance to restore them to their pre-contract positions.


  • A contract rewrite is typically used when the contract terms have been mistaken to reflect the parties' intentions better.

Omni Law provides individuals and businesses with the outside counsel they need to succeed throughout their professional journeys; ensuring your vision is protected by sound and skilled legal advice will help you succeed now and in the future. Our team comprises seasoned professionals with a deep understanding of business law and a track record of delivering successful outcomes for our clients. We combine our legal knowledge with practical business insight, allowing us to offer strategic advice that aligns with your goals and objectives.

Our lawyers and support staff pride themselves on availability and responsiveness, allowing us to be true partners when our clients need us. We know your business does not rest, and as your attorneys, neither will we.

Contact Our Dedicated Breach of Contract Attorney Today

Contact our dedicated breach of contract attorneys in Philadelphia at Omni Law P.C. today to learn how we can protect your and your company’s best interests and help you achieve the success you deserve.

With Omni Law, you are more than a client. You are a success story in the making.

Alex Davis

Alex Davis

Alex Davis is the founding member of Omni Law P.C. His practice focuses on providing high level strategic advice and guidance on deal structures, negotiating complex transactions, and offering personalized legal services.

Kathy Fox

Kathy Fox

Kathy Fox serves as Of Counsel at Omni Law P.C. Kathy has experience in civil defense litigation, general corporate law, securities, tokenomics and contracts.
Alex Davis

Maclean Bowers

Maclean Bowers drafts various entertainment contracts and other transactional agreements for the Omni Law team.
Sky Shachory

Sky Shachory

Sky Shachory provides paralegal and administrative support to the Omni Law team.

Contact Omni Law P.C. for Transactional, Business, and Corporate Legal Services.

Seeking knowledgeable guidance for your business? Omni Law P.C. focuses on providing flexible and affordable legal services to businesses, executives, and founders across various industries. Our experienced attorneys have a deep understanding of corporate transactions, intellectual property, commercial agreements, emerging technologies, and the legal aspects of the cannabis industry. We offer businesses the outside counsel they need to succeed. Whether you require assistance with contract negotiation, trademark registration, or mergers and acquisitions, we provide strategic legal advice tailored to your unique needs. Contact us today at (323) 300-4184 to see how we can provide the legal support to help you achieve your business objectives.

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