Business litigation is often a complex area of law which includes a variety of contractual and tort claims. Common in business litigation involves breach of contract, interference with contractual relations, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, infringement of intellectual property rights, and unfair competition. Any one of these type claims may arise among business partners in a partnership or between competing businesses or in the formation or dissolution of the corporation. When such controversies develop, parties often try to resolve their differences through negotiation, mediation or arbitration often referred to as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). When such cases cannot be resolved by ADR, filing suit in state or federal court is often a final option to resolve the disputes.
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