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  • Writer's pictureRyan Shafer

Understanding the Most Common Types of Business Litigation

Businesses of all sizes can face different types of disputes, and these disputes can end up as business litigation if the disputes are not resolved. Business litigation can be a lawsuit between two businesses (i.e. vendor and customer), a customer and a business, employee and employer, or even between business partners. Typically, business disputes revolve around a contract or a business relationship where one or both parties are seeking monetary damages for a failure in performance. Business disputes can relate to intangible property (intellectual property such as trademarks or patents) as well.

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