Ask the Attorney: Resolving Contract Disputes without Going to Court

Hunt, John R.
October 2006
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2006, p166
Trade Publication
The article provides information on resolving contract disputes without going to court. The best way to resolve the problem may be through traditional negotiation. This presents the least expensive and contentious way to end a dispute, particularly where an ongoing business relationship is involved. Of course, any settlement of a significant problem should be documented, whether by letter, agreement or e-mail.


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