Arbitration Versus Litigation: Choosing the Best Option

Contractors entering into a legal agreement with either an owner or subcontractor are typically focused on staffing needs, work schedules and profit margins. The parties view the formal contract as the first of what each side hopes will be a continuing series of future transactions.

Mistakenly, the dispute resolution provisions of the contract are seen as “boiler plate” and are often overlooked, presumably because the parties view litigation as an unlikely outcome. …

To read the complete article, which originally appeared in the July/August 2019 edition of BreakingGround magazine, please click here (re-printed with permission).

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