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Weigh the pros and cons before tackling business litigation

As an Arizona business owner, you will do what is necessary to protect the best interests of your company. As a result, when you believe that someone is violating your company's rights, has taken undermining actions against your company, breached a contract or otherwise made problems for your business, you understandably want to address the matter effectively.

However, in the time that your business has been up and running, you have not come across an issue so serious that you could not find a resolution to it in the end. Unfortunately, you have recently found yourself in such a predicament. Perhaps your company is experiencing one of the previously mentioned issues or other business-related matter. Whatever the issue, you want to know how to handle it.

Have you talked to the offending party?

If someone has breached a contract or utilized your intellectual property, it is wise to first reach out to that party. You may want to send a letter detailing what the issue is, why it is an issue and how to resolve it. In some cases, individuals may not realize that they have inadvertently stepped on a company's toes with their actions, and receiving such a letter may be enough for them to realize the error and fix it.

Unfortunately, even if you bring the issue to the other party's attention, you may not get the results you desired. The other party could continue with the damaging actions, and you may end up needing to find another course of action.

Is it time for a lawsuit?

If this is the first time your company is facing the possibility of going to court, you may want to remember that taking such a step is a serious matter. Though civil court proceedings typically do not play out like the numerous court scenes depicted on TV, one still needs to handle them in an appropriate manner. 

Additionally, it is wise for you to weigh the pros and cons of taking legal action. There is always the possibility that the court will not rule in your favor, and you may need to determine whether that is a risk you are willing to take.

Assess your circumstances

Before deciding to move forward with a lawsuit, you may first want to gain a professional assessment of your circumstances. A business law attorney could review your claims and determine whether it could be in your best interests to take the other party to court.

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