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Brad McCullough Authors Guide to Maryland Contract Law Litigation

Brad McCullough literally wrote the book on Maryland contract litigation, serving as the co-author of the newly-released LexisNexis Practice Guide: Maryland Contract Litigation, which guides readers through claims, defenses, and other issues that arise in an action involving contract claims.

The guide simplifies the process of litigating a contract case by identifying essential elements and setting them out in an easy to understand way. Insights from Maryland experts are reflected throughout, with practice tips targeting issues of particular interest.

Topics include:

  • Litigating Breach of Contract Claims in Maryland
  • Choice of Law, Forum, and Venue
  • Contract Interpretation and Construction
  • Fundamental Causes of Action
  • Quasi-Contractual Theories and Related Causes of Action
  • The Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
  • Contract Defenses and Challenges
  • Determining Whether to Arbitrate or Litigate
  • Damages
  • Non-Monetary Relief
  • Title 2 of the Maryland Uniform Commercial Code
  • Attorneys’ Fees
  • Specific Types of Agreements
  • The Effect of Bankruptcy on Contract Claims 

Brad McCullough chairs Lerch Early's appellate practice. He is a commercial and business litigator who represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as before arbitration panels and in mediation proceedings. He handles shareholder's derivative litigation, corporate directors' and officers' liability claims, business dissolutions, lender liability litigation, disputes concerning non-competition agreements, and matters arising from the Uniform Commercial Code. In addition, he has been approved as a court appointed mediator in the Circuit Courts throughout Maryland. 

To order the guide, visit https://store.lexisnexis.com/categories/area-of-practice/civil-practice-procedure-state-155/lexisnexis-practice-guide-maryland-contract-litigation-skuSKU02423.

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