Damages and Lost Profits

In breach of contract litigation, the plaintiff has been damaged (caused economic harm) by an alleged action of the defendant. These types of litigation require the proof that an act has been committed which violated a legal right, that the act caused a damage to occur and the amount of the damage. Damages can be measured in terms of actual costs and/or lost profits (lost revenue less avoided costs). Consult an ABA professional to determine an appropriate measure of damages in your case.

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