Website Development Contracts, Part 5: Mediating Disputes

Website Development Contracts, Part 5: Mediating Disputes

When there is a dispute, whether the contract contemplates this or not, either party should consider a legal process called mediation to avoid the time and cost of fighting in court (litigation) or in arbitration.

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