Recent Tip Sheet on Avoiding Breach of Contract Litigation Offers Helpful Insights, But is Not Foolproof in Fending Off Litigation, Says Adli Law Group P.C.

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Commenting on the recent article, Adli Law Group P.C. notes that while every business should strive to avoid business disputes, businesses may find themselves in a position where litigation becomes necessary, and should make sure that they are prepared for that possibility.

Breach of contract cases can have very different results depending on the significance of the breach.

According to Adli Law Group, P.C., businesses should be proactive about preparing for the possibility of business litigation before and after the tipping point that may lead to a lawsuit.

In an article published August 6th in Tucson Business Insider, the author explored ten different steps that a business can take to avoid a court battle when a contract has been breached. Highlighting such actions as gathering up all of the necessary information and speaking with legal counsel, the author’s aim is to guide businesses towards a settlement rather than a protracted and potentially costly court battle. While this is surely valuable advice, Adli Law Group, P.C. notes that, since the decision to proceed with a court battle can be instigated by more than one party, it is often not possible to entirely eliminate the possibility of breach of contract litigation. In addition, according to renowned business litigation expert Dr. Dariush Adli, litigation is more often a tool to help a business reach its goal, rather than a goal in and of itself. According to Adli Law, businesses should be proactive about preparing for the possibility of business litigation before and after the tipping point that may lead to a lawsuit.

1. Before a Trial – Adli Law Group comments that, while the tips offered by the article are good advice to keep in mind, they are written with the assumption that a business has already realized that a contract breach has occurred. Essentially, notes Adli Law Group, it is a tip sheet on how to settle out of court. Adli Law notes that avoiding litigation is not always the smartest approach for a business since litigation is merely a tool for helping a business achieve its goals. As such, engaging in litigation should be carefully evaluated by a seasoned team of business litigation attorneys to determine if engaging in litigation is in the best interest of the business.

2. During a Trial – The most important step that a business can take to prepare for trial is to make sure that it enlists the advice and representation of an experienced legal team. In breach of contract litigation, it is the job of an attorney to determine if the breach is substantial enough to nullify the contract, and what that means in regards to the remaining legal obligations of the non-breaching party. A talented attorney can prove not only that their non-breaching client should be absolved of all of their contractual obligations, but also receive damages for any lost financial potential brought about by the breach.

3. After a Trial – While the best time to take proactive measures against a potential problem is before any signs of that problem arise, Adli Law Group notes that it is human nature to learn from one’s mistakes. It is important that anyone who goes through business litigation learns from the experience and takes all necessary proactive measures to ensure any lawsuit is handled in a way that benefits the business. Part of this includes bringing a talented legal team into the loop from the genesis of every new project, so that there are no loose threads that may cause the whole project to break apart down the line.

Businesses that suspect that breach of contract litigation is in their future, or those that simply want to take proactive steps to ensure that it is not, can call Adli law Group, P.C. today at (213) 623-6546 or visit the law firm online at http://www.adlilaw.com.

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