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shutterstock_97357133Tomlinson Law Office is a Chicago-based law firm with attorneys who are experienced in handling various types of breach of contract cases both in Chicago and in numerous other areas of the United States.  The firm represents businesses of all sizes and individuals in contract disputes that arise in the normal course of running of a business. Our attorneys are also experienced in writing, negotiating and modifying business contracts to help reduce the likelihood of litigation in the future.  At Tomlinson Law Office, we know that business contracts need to be worded precisely and carefully to help reduce breach of contract lawsuits that often cost clients time and money and cause both short-term and long-term financial difficulty for a company.

If you need legal representation or counsel regarding contract issues, whether it is breach of contract litigation, arbitration, or simple advice, then Tomlinson Law Office is here to help. We invite you to call us at 312.715.8770 to make an appointment for a complimentary consultation.

 

 

 

 

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