Quality legal services in Maryland and the District of Columbia
The Law Offices of Christiane E. Sorel have served clients in Washington, D.C. and Maryland for more than 20 years, in local and federal Courts, at trial and appellate levels. Clients from across the United States have long relied upon the personalized and effective legal services of these affiliated offices in matters including business creation, divorce and custody; wills and trusts; probate; dispute management, derivatives and futures; and more. International clients from Asia and Europe have received successful assistance in managing international divorce, custody, collections, exchange visitor visas, and contract matters.
Transparency, efficiency, and effectiveness are the hallmarks of the services offered by these law offices. We will help you:
understand your circumstances,
identify and rank your options,
set realistic goals, and
we will work tirelessly with and for you, to accomplish your goals.
We look forward to the opportunity to help you.
The first one hour consultation is free of charge.
We do not charge for basic research.
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Sorel guides Plaintiff to win oral contract case: Jury finds oral contract breached by Insomniac Design, Inc.
Representing District Design Group, LLC, Christiane E. Sorel successfully tried the case against Insomniac Design, Inc. for breach of oral contract. The jury rendered its verdict October 17, 2014, affirming the existence of an oral contract between the parties. Getting a jury to uphold an oral contract in the District of Columbia is challenging enough; proving breach of that contract is rare indeed. Fierce competition among Independent Information and Communication Technology (ITC) results in subcontractors all too often starting work on “rush” jobs without proper documentation. Unscrupulous clients and/or prime contractors (“primes”) are poised to take advantage, believing that the legal system protects them from strict enforcement of oral contracts. No longer.
Prevention – protecting yourself and your company from predatory entrepreneurs – is key. Call today for a consultation.