Businesses are always concerned about litigation. It can be expensive and time-consuming, and when prolonged, it can be very distracting to the operation of your business. But, litigation involving other entities may be instructive for your business. It may provide examples of conduct to avoid or provide a warning of transactions that can lead to business disputes that lead to court.
A common type of business litigation that occurs between parties is a breach of contract. Contracts are basic to much of the operation of business in North Dakota and they generally facilitate the smooth flow of commerce and services in the economy.
Written by Attorney Scott Patrick Brand of Brudvik Law Office, P.C.
Appealing any case can be a difficult question. When, as a litigant, you believe the trial court made an error during your trial, you may feel it is necessary to appeal that error. For a business, however, the decision is more complex. While some aspect of the lower court decision may have been incorrect, you first must determine if it is cost effective.