Business disputes are a common issue and can be difficult and complicated to resolve. These disputes can range from partnership conflicts to breaches of contract with your supplier. To help resolve and prevent these issues, it’s a smart idea to seek counsel from a business dispute attorney.
As a business owner, it is important to understand the different issues that could require business dispute resolution. A few examples are:
- Not receiving goods or services paid
- Wrongful termination claims
- A partner not fulfilling their agreed upon duties
- Customers claiming harm caused by a product
- Allegations of discrimination or harassment
To help grow your business consider creating contract forms, sales agreements, employment agreements, and legally drawn partnership agreements.
Most legal disputes are resolved in either the civil justice system or through alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Litigation ends with either a judge or jury deciding the outcome of a conflict. ADR is an alternative to that through business dispute mediation, negotiation, or arbitration. While not every method of small business dispute resolution requires an attorney, you can benefit from retaining one.
Quickly and efficiently resolve business disputes, and learn how to avoid future conflicts. Contact a business dispute attorney at Luebeck, Hammar, McCarty & Goldwarg in Bozeman, MT for expertise regarding your business and dispute resolution.
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Our company has sought Luebeck, Hammar, McCarty & Goldwarg's legal advice and representation on a number of issues that we were dealing with, including a wrongful discharge suit, employee issues, and contracts. Their advice was always superb and saved us a lot of money. They were always prompt and courteous in responding to us, and they worked efficiently to help keep our legal costs down. In every circumstance their work was excellent.