One of the areas in which Gordon Law assists its clients is identifying problems before they occur and then either preventing or minimizing them once they do occur. You can practice this important lesson by including a dispute resolution clause in all of your contracts. If you do not have such a clause, the only forum to resolve your differences will be in a courtroom through litigation. Litigation is time-consuming and expensive. In Las Vegas, it can take up to three years, on average, for a case to get to trial.

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As you are aware from my earlier blogs, it is vital for your business that you have and maintain good contracts.  As you know, a contract is an agreement that sets forth the rights and obligations to the parties.  However, one of the most vital reasons to have written contracts is to address what happens when things go south…when the other party to the agreement does not fulfill its responsibilities.  A dispute resolution clause can help you to know, in advance, how you can address contractual problems.

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