Business and Corporate lawyers serving Akron, Canton and Summit County, Ohio.


Hoover Kacyon, LLC. understands that a breach of contract is one of the most common business disputes. With our experience and knowledge of corporate law, Hoover Kacyon, LLC will work closely with our clients to ensure the best possible outcome. Typically, a party must perform pursuant to his or her business agreement unless both parties to the business agreement consent to a change in contractual terms. A party can either be a business, executive, aspiring entrepreneur or simply an individual. Any deviation from the terms of the business agreement could be deemed a contractual breach. The party that deviates from the business agreement can often times be liable for damages and the attorneys at Hoover Kacyon, LLC. have the experience and credentials to determine if such a deviation has taken place. Many contracts or business agreements are written down, but some can be oral contracts or agreements. Regardless of the type of contract, Hoover and Kacyon will work with our client to determine if there is a deviation, regardless of the deviation being intentional or accidental.

If you believe a breach of contract has taken place, ask the following questions: Did a party to the business agreement may do something that violates a term of that business agreement? Did a party refuse to perform its obligations under the contract? Did a party act (or fail to act) in such a manner that it makes it impossible for the other party to perform under the terms of the contract? The fundamental issue in a breach of contract dispute is the intent of the parties. The intent of the parties sets out the parties’ expectations to the business agreement, the extent of the parties’ duties and obligations, how the parties have allocated the risks of the transaction, and what the consequences of the breach of contract will be.

In order to prevail on a breach of contract claim, certain criteria must be shown. It is best to contact Hoover Kacyon, LLC., for a free, initial consultation to determine if it is necessary to take the appropriate next steps. Usually, the corporate attorneys at Hoover Kacyon will be able to quickly determine if a breach of contract has occurred so our clients are not unnecessarily wasting time, energy and resources. Depending on the facts of your case, of our Akron area commercial litigation attorneys may be able to help you seek money damages or specific performance of a contract term. In some cases, you may also be able to recover reasonable costs and attorney’s fees associated with a breach of contract lawsuit. Please, call our office or use our contact form to schedule an initial consultation.

Some of the most common types of breach of contract claims involve:

  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Vendor Agreements
  • Promissory Notes
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Trademark License Agreements
  • Patent License Agreements
  • Noncompete Agreements
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Independent Contractor agreements
  • Commercial Lease Agreements
  • Supply Contracts
  • Manufacturing Contracts
  • Reseller Agreements