Business contracts legal matters can get complicated. When a contract goes awry and circumstances are not going according to plan, our attorneys can do the talking for you. If you find yourself demanding for payments or are being sued over a contract, The Roth Law Group can represent you in court. When you hire us, you will send out a message that you are serious about enforcing your rights. Disputes dealing with contracts and other businesses can be challenging and having a professional represent you will give you the best chance of reaching a solution. Chicago-based Roth Law Group represents businesses and clients from all throughout Illinois and North Carolina.
Making the Decisions that are Best for Your Small Business
We know how small businesses operate and how you may be impacted financially by litigation. At The Roth Law Group, we acknowledge that settlement of contract disputes may be the quickest, most economically efficient solution. However, if a solution is not reachable, we believe in aggressively protecting our clients’ needs. We work tirelessly on your case, placing great importance on good communication, to help you make the decisions that are best for your business.
Our experienced contract law attorneys take litigation seriously, setting deadlines for payment, handling negotiation, and filing lawsuits on your behalf. We take care of contract disputes involving breach of contract and other issues such as violations of a non-compete agreement, failure to deliver goods or services, or failure to pay for goods or services provided.
At The Roth Law Group, we frequently represent out-of-state businesses who are engaged in contract litigation in Chicago or North Carolina. Our main office is located across the street from the Richard J. Daley Center Courthouse, and we are experts in the procedures used in Cook County and other Illinois courts.
Illinois & North Carolina Contract Dispute Lawyers Contact The Roth Law Group at 312-419-9599 to talk to an experienced contract law attorney about how your small business may be impacted by a contract dispute.