Non-Payment for Goods or Services

At OVERTON LAPUYADE, we represent clients in non-payment for services or goods matters and contract performance disputes regarding a variety of unique situations. Perhaps a business owner pays a vendor to deliver goods but the vendor fails to deliver or delivers an inferior quality product. Whatever your situation, you can be assured that we can help.

When it Becomes Necessary to Fight for Your Financial Interests

When individual and business clients enter into vendor or service contracts in good faith, they expect that the goods or the services will be delivered. By the same token, when vendors or brokers are involved in the delivery of a good or service, they expect to be paid upon completion of the delivery.

Unfortunately, even the best drafted contracts cannot anticipate every possible future scenario. At OVERTON LAPUYADE, we are proud of our ability to represent clients involved in matters involving non-payment for services and goods, enforcement of contractual agreements and other challenging business and commercial conflicts.

More Than 25 Years of Experience

Our trial attorneys have handled cases involving business vendor disputes as well as complex, multi-national transactions gone wrong. We bring more than 25 years of experience to each individual case as we strive to solve our clients’ legal problems using our experience, common sense, confidence and creative thinking.

As a boutique litigation firm, we are pleased to offer clients the sophistication and results of a large firm, but with flexible fees and personal service. Please see a list of representative clients and a list of our reported cases for further information.

We can help. Contact OVERTON LAPUYADE to consult with an experienced business trial attorney.