Business partnerships can be a blessing, but they can also spell trouble if one or more partners aren’t reliable. If you need to disband a partnership, business litigation may assist in resolving such a dispute. The scope of this litigation also covers the infringement of property rights.
What’s covered under Business Litigation
- Breach of contract: Every partnership/association has a contract; if any of its conditions are violated, taking a legal step becomes more than necessary.
- Partnership disputes: Differing approaches regarding the same issue by the partners can lead to a dispute and subsequently make a litigation unavoidable.
- Unpaid bills: Any unpaid bill or invoice should sound an alarm, and repetitive violations should prompt action for legal recourse.
- Intellectual property rights: Violating rights over an intellectual property such as logos or a brand name can lead to a major loss for the original owner. This should be reason enough to trigger business litigation.
Other types of cases that might need to be resolved through business litigation are warranty disputes, appeals, fraudulent practices, unfair competition, unpaid wages, etc.