San Antonio Business Litigation Attorney
Alex R. Hernandez Jr. is a San Antonio Business Law and Business Litigation Attorney.
From an office in downtown San Antonio, Alex R. Hernandez Jr. handles the most complex commercial transactional and litigation issues. From shareholder disputes to partnership agreements, attorney Alex R. Hernandez Jr. can handle your San Antonio business law issues.
We represent clients in a wide array of commercial disputes including:
- Business torts
- Contract and joint venture disputes
- Corporate governance
- Fraud and unfair competition disputes
- Insurance coverage
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Trade secret disputes
- Representations and warranties
Breach of Contract Cases
A breach of contract is a failure, without legal excuse, to perform any promise that forms all or part of the contract. This includes failure to perform in a manner that meets the standards of the industry or the requirements of any express warranty or implied warranty, including the implied warranty of merchantability. A breach of contract might occur when a co-worker refuses to complete her portion of a job; when an employee does something prohibited by his job contract; or even when a customer prevents the contractor from satisfying the obligation or finishing the project at hand. Contact San Antonio breach of contract attorney for free legal consultation or with any legal questions or concerns.
Under contract law, the breach of contract can be categorized as material or immaterial, depending on the type of damages the at-fault party has caused. A material or total breach occurs when the duty not performed is so essential that the main purpose of the contract cannot be fulfilled. An immaterial, or partial breach occurs when the majority of the duties specified in the contract have still been performed. You can still seek damages after a partial breach, but you cannot terminate the contract.
Tortious Interference Claims
The basic elements of a tortious interference claim are as follows:
- A valid contract or economic expectancy between the plaintiff and a third person;
- Knowledge of the contract or expectancy by the defendant;
- Intent by the defendant to interfere with the contract or expectancy;
- Actual interference;
- The interference is improper; and
- The plaintiff suffers damage.
If you believe you have a tortious business interference claim call our firm today. Speak with Alex directly 210-960-9008
Consistent with the firm’s experience in structuring complex business transactions, a hallmark of our approach is a keen understanding of the client’s business objectives. Our trial lawyers frequently partner with their transactional counterparts to achieve the optimal business resolution. And although not all disputes are (or should be) tried to a conclusion, our partners have the actual experience and training to take each and every case all the way to a verdict.
When you need an experienced trial lawyer who happens to have a background in Business and Economics then Alex R. Hernandez Jr. is your attorney. Fluent in Spanish Alex R. Hernandez Jr. can handle transnational and international legal matters in Bexar County, Comal County, Wilson County, Atascosa County, Frio County, and other surrounding counties for small, medium and large business clients. Corporate law, construction law, leases, contracts, noncompete agreements, and more, if it’s a business law issue, we can handle it. Leave your business law problems to us to resolve.
Call today to schedule an appointment to discuss your San Antonio business law needs 1-888-HDZLAW-8 or 210-960-9008