Contract Disputes

Aggressively protecting you and your company in contract disputes with any opponent

Using the Chron, and with Daniel Mestaz’s years of experience representing Fortune 100 companies, Mestaz Law is uniquely qualified to take on opponents of any size or pocketbook. The firm’s custom technology provides the ultimate leverage that allows you to stand up to the bully, no matter how big or well financed.

Whether someone breached your contract, or you have been accused of or sued for breaching a contract, the firm’s cutting edge approach to litigation is advantageous for both individuals and businesses.


Emergency Relief

Sometimes the client has an immediate need for relief. Daniel has decades of experience obtaining emergency, injunctive relief to prevent irreparable injury to the client, within days of filing the complaint and well before any trial on the merits. For example, the client may need an immediate court order to prevent the dissipation of company cash or assets stolen by an insider, or to prevent a competitor from continuing to use your trade secrets.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

There are alternatives to litigating in a court of law: arbitration and mediation. An arbitration is a private, confidential, and comparatively informal process before an arbitrator, typically a retired judge or an attorney with abundant experience in the subject matter. A mediation is a non-binding process where the parties meet with a neutral mediator—again, a retired judge or experienced attorney—in an effort to settle the matter and avoid expensive litigation.

Tortious Interference with Contracts and Trade Defamation

Business torts are civil claims against another for misconduct that is harming your business. A competitor, for example, may be lying to your customers about you to steal business.

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The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us, though doing so does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. Our description of what we believe to be superior technology and how we win cases reflects our typical approach to litigation, which we believe:  (i) gives us a competitive advantage, and (ii) is responsible for any success we have had. But we do not win every case. Other lawyers may have technology or approaches that they believe gives them an advantage. Also, the results that we have obtained in other cases or that are described in our clients’ testimonials do not guarantee, promise, or predict the outcome of your case, which depends on the law, facts, and evidence specific to it.