Types of Disputes
Businesses that employ or work with contractors, purchasers, suppliers, or business partners often have contract disputes. Perhaps one party does not believe he/she was paid the contract price, one party was not delivered the goods or service he/she was promised, or delivery was outside of the agreed upon timeframe. Whatever the case, contract disagreements make up many business disputes.
Businesses that deliver goods or services to customers can have disputes with their customers regarding whether the goods or services were delivered or up to the standard expected. Businesses typically provide implied warranties that products are functional and operational. When the products are not, or if the products actually harm the consumer, claims against the business are often filed.
Employment claims are often filed relating to businesses, especially relating to their hiring and firing practices. Businesses cannot discriminate or harass its employees, and those that do expose themselves to business claims.
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Business disputes can be very complicated, time-consuming and difficult to resolve. A Civil Litigation attorney like Steven D. Turnage can help you resolve your business dispute, whether through binding arbitration, mediation, or litigation, and can help resolve your case favorably. Contact us to schedule your consultation.
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