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Contract Litigation

Attorney, George Meng and Sierra Mitchell, upholding your legal agreements

Meng Law helps individuals and businesses resolve contract disputes. George E. Meng and Sierra Mitchell handle contract litigation in Maryland circuit and appellate courts and also other serious disputes in Maryland State courts. You can expect vigorous enforcement of your contractual rights when you seek help from Meng Law.

Contract disputes between individuals and businesses

When you sign an agreement for services to be performed, materials to be supplied, or to purchase items, you have made a contract. You might also make such a contract verbally. You have the right to demand that the work be done and items be provided according to the terms of that contract. Many contract disputes between individuals and businesses involve work at a private home. For example:

  • A contractor failed to complete renovations on your house.
  • A roofer did not use proper waterproofing methods.
  • A landscaping company caused structural damage to your house.

If you entered into a contract and the work was not done correctly or at all, you may have cause to pursue contract litigation. Mr. Meng and Ms. Mitchell will examine the situation and help you with the dispute.

Commercial contract disputes

Mr. Meng and Ms. Mitchell have extensive experience with contract litigation among businesses. We gain a clear understanding of your position and fight for your contractual rights. Mr. Meng and Ms. Mitchell handle commercial contract disputes, such as:

  • Malpractice claims against certain licensed professionals
  • Fraud claims against financial institutions
  • Construction defect claims

We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in serious contract litigat

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