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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Arizona

Posted on : April 24, 2016
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Arizona The fact is that litigation is expensive and requires a significant investment of one’s time to see a case to trial. In the business world, though, time is money: the longer a lawsuit remains unresolved, the more time and business resources it can potentially consume. Think of your own business:...
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Damages Available in Breach of Contract Cases

Posted on : March 7, 2016
When one party to a contract fails to fulfill its obligations under the terms of that contract, the non-breaching party is left in a bit of a quandary: the non-breaching party may be left in a financially vulnerable position or may have to breach other contracts it has with other parties (if, for instance, the...
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When Will a Court Not Enforce a Contract?

Posted on : February 11, 2016
Contracts are the backbone of the business world: businesses use contracts to purchase supplies and materials, hire and fire employees, make sales to customers, and engage with others to complete capital improvement projects. At its core, a contract is nothing more than a written set of promises that can be enforced in court if need...
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