Business Damages - Litigation Support Questionnaire

A breach in contract can often lead to substantial business damages. These may include but are not limited to: performance damages, compensatory damages, reliance damages, restitution, and/or liquidation damages. Typically, we compute: (1) what the position of the firm would have been, had the contract been performed, and (2) what is the position – now and in the future – after the breach.  Performance damages equal the difference between the value of the business without the breach minus the value of the business after the breach.  When the calculation of performance damages is not feasible, we can instead compute the economic loss that the plaintiff suffered because it relied on the promise of the breaching party.

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