Looking for Quality Information on Non-Compete Agreements & Breach of Contract Under NY Law? You’ve Come to the Right Place
Our New York employment law website is dedicated to answering the questions you may have about issues pertaining to non-compete agreements, breach of contract in general, and when third parties try to interfere with your existing contracts (which, in legalese, is called "tortious interference.") Here is a small sampling of the free information that is provided at our website:
- What must you prove in order to win a breach of contract claim in New York?
- What factors will a court consider in deciding whether a non-compete agreement is enforceable under New York Law?
- What is the statute of limitations for a breach of fiduciary duty claim in New York?
- How do you prove a tortious interference claim under New York law?
- Under New York law, am I allowed to solicit my former employer's clients, and if so, under what circumstances?
The New York commercial litigation attorneys at the Law Offices of Jonathan M. Cooper believe in providing reliable and forthright legal information. That's why our articles and books are available to the public - free of charge. This allows you the flexibility to review this information privately, and then determine for yourself if you need a lawyer.
Why is this important?
Because in many cases, the truth is that you may not need a lawyer. And we hate seeing people spend their hard-earned money on legal fees when it just isn't necessary.
To get started, request one of our free books:
- NY Breach of Contract Guide: When You Don't Have a Written Agreement
- 3 Reasons That Your Employment Agreement May Not Be Worth The Paper It's Printed On
That said, there are definitely times when you do need an employment lawyer.
And in those cases, you shouldn't skimp and look to cut corners. Once you've decided that you need a lawyer, make sure that you hire one who is experienced in the area where you need legal help, whether you're dealing with litigation - or even threatened litigation over the enforceability of a non-compete clause, or the breach of a fiduciary duty by a trusted colleague or family member.
This firm prides itself on providing honest and ethical counsel to its clients with respect to their New York business litigation needs. Simply put, if you don't need a lawyer, we will tell you before you hire our firm; and if you do need a New York breach of contract attorney, we'll provide straightforward, professional legal services that are customized to meet your needs.
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At the Law Offices of Jonathan M. Cooper, we strive to save our clients time and money by taking full advantage of technological advances. Our office is "paperless," meaning that almost all documents are stored and transferred electronically. This expedites the processing of paperwork on cases, and dramatically reduces the cost of clerical services. Innovative technology is just part of the personalized service we provide to each of our clients. If you choose to work with the Law Offices of Jonathan M. Cooper, we will provide you with the information you need to fully understand your case and make the best legal decisions for your business.
While past performance is certainly no guarantee of future results, we believe that this sampling of our past cases confirms our experience in this area of the law: