When the time came for your company to work with an outside party, you chose to utilize a contract so that everyone involved was on the same page in terms of expectations for the business relationship. The agreement may have included numerous details from the necessary actions of the other party to the compensation involved.
You may have felt confident at the beginning of the endeavor that the business relationship would go smoothly. However, over time, doubts began to creep into your mind with regard to the other party fulfilling his or her part of the agreement. In fact, you may believe that a breach of contract has occurred.