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CNN settles contract dispute after over a decade of litigation

Contract disputes can sour business relationships and hurt both contractors and their clients. Breaching a contract is often serious because it can result in financial losses and damages. A homeowner, for example, may see that a project is not done on time and be upset because they have to continue to live elsewhere, costing them much more money than expected. An employee might sue over a violation of a contract that leads to a loss of compensation.

Breaches of contract can have implications for your business

If you accidentally breached your contract or have an arrangement with someone who has breached theirs, it's important for you to know how to handle it. Your contract is a binding agreement, but the way you handle a breach might vary based on any number of factors.

Contract disputes can be resolved with the right support

When you're putting together a contract with a new contractor, construction team or other entity, it's a good idea to talk about how you'll handle disagreements. If you don't, you may later find that you're dealing with contract disputes that are difficult to overcome.

What are some ways to resolve a contract dispute in Florida?

Some people may believe that breaching a contract isn't a big deal, but the truth is that it can be. If you are relying on a party to fulfill their obligations and they fail to do so, it can mean that you're unable to fulfill your own duties to clients or consumers.

Here's why an arbitration clause is smart

Contract disputes can end a seemingly perfect project over problems with pay, materials or other issues. In most cases, people who have disputes can work through them and come up with a solution that will help them resolve the issues they're having. Other times, it's necessary to fall on a backup plan.

Consider alternatives to trial to resolve your dispute

If you have been fighting through a contract dispute but are getting nowhere fast, one option is to pursue alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Alternative dispute resolution is often used to resolve contract disputes and may be listed in your contract as the preferred method for resolving disputes as they arise.

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