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Is Arbitration Better Than Going To Court?

Is Arbitration Better Than Going To Court?

When you think about resolving business disputes, most people think first of going to court. Traditional litigation is the most publicized – and the most flashy – form of dispute resolution. Both sides hire an attorney and argue it out in public court...
6 Tips for Writing Stronger Contracts

6 Tips for Writing Stronger Contracts

Contracts are the foundation of all working relationships. Making them universally clear is essential to getting everyone on the same page. At Capshaw & Associates, we’ve seen plenty of good business relationships turn sour. Often, that rift could have been...
5 Common Causes of Landlord/Tenant Disputes

5 Common Causes of Landlord/Tenant Disputes

The relationship between landlords and tenants can be quite difficult at times. When things go smoothly, both parties are able to benefit from each other. When there are disputes, however, problems can escalate into legal conflicts very quickly. Whether you are a...
7 Ways to Better Prevent Business Disputes

7 Ways to Better Prevent Business Disputes

Do you have that sinking feeling that something might be going wrong? Is something being lost in translation with one of your important relationships, and you’re not sure how to fix it? Is one of your business partners asking a lot of questions they never have before?...
4 Methods of Legally Resolving Your Business Dispute

4 Methods of Legally Resolving Your Business Dispute

Business disputes are never pleasant, but sometimes they can be deadly. Unlike most other business-related transactions, a dispute can bear a personal sting. It means that a positive working relationship has now soured. Many business owners assume that it also means a...
Why a Construction Scope of Work is So Important

Why a Construction Scope of Work is So Important

One of the most common causes of construction disputes we see is an ill-defined Scope of Work. When drafting a construction contract, workers will frequently put a lot of focus on compensation and deadlines. They tend to put less focus on the Scope of Work, which...
6 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Business

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Business

You know what they say: starting is the hardest part. If this year is the year you’ve finally decided to make good on starting your own business, congratulations! Taking that first step is what separates an idea from a successful company. The first few months of your...