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Recent Posts in Contract Disputes Category

  • Verizon embroiled in labor dispute with two unions

    Verizon is having some serious problems with its workers. Last August, Verizon's contract with workers of two unions which represent employees that deliver critical services, such as repairs, landline service, installation and customer service. The workers continued to work as the union worked towards a solution with the company, but the workers' patience has run out. They went on strike recently, ...
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  • Oracle and Oregon face off in website contract dispute

    Just to the north of us here in California, the state of Oregon and the tech company Oracle have been locked in a contract dispute over the state's healthcare website which was "botched," according to the source article. Oracle blames the state for mismanagement, while the state accuses Oracle of fraud and racketeering. The state of Oregon is asking for $6.5 billion in damages as a result of their ...
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  • Preparing for what comes after a breach of contract

    Contracts are a staple in the world of business. They are entered into by individual parties, companies, subcontractors, real estate developers, and really anyone trying to see a project to its completion or attempting to garner a positive and fruitful professional partnership. However, not every contract is fulfilled in the way the parties intend it to be. Sometimes one party fails to hold up ...
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  • Employment Contract Disputes May Need Presidential Intervention

    California residents recently experienced what can happen when unions and employers are unable to come to an agreement on a new contract. On the East Coast, another dispute has been going on since 2011. This may be one of those contract disputes that requires presidential intervention in order to be resolved. The contracts between the state's transit authority and its employees expired in 2011. ...
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  • AutoNation Cuts Off TrueCar Due To Contract Disputes

    TrueCar is a California-based company that allows people looking for cars to shop and compare prices. The company hooks up a prospective buyer with three offers from dealers who participate in the service. One of the participating dealers, AutoNation, is considered the largest auto retailer in the country. It recently severed its ties with TrueCar over contract disputes. The point of contention ...
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  • AutoNation cuts off TrueCar due to contract disputes

    TrueCar is a California-based company that allows people looking for cars to shop and compare prices. The company hooks up a prospective buyer with three offers from dealers who participate in the service. One of the participating dealers, AutoNation, is considered the largest auto retailer in the country. It recently severed its ties with TrueCar over contract disputes . The point of contention ...
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  • Employment contract disputes may need presidential intervention

    California residents recently experienced what can happen when unions and employers are unable to come to an agreement on a new contract. On the East Coast, another dispute has been going on since 2011. This may be one of those contract disputes that requires presidential intervention in order to be resolved. The contracts between the state's transit authority and its employees expired in 2011. ...
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  • Uber Loses Arguments In Employee Contract Disputes

    Back on May 27, 2015, it was reported here that Uber Technologies Inc. was being sued for stealing their business concept (" Business litigation filed by California man alleging idea theft "). Apparently, this was not the only legal entanglement with which Uber is faced. Employee contract disputes were taken to the California Labor Commission. Uber was classifying drivers for the smartphone ride ...
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  • Uber loses arguments in employee contract disputes

    Back on May 27, 2015, it was reported here that Uber Technologies Inc. was being sued for stealing their business concept ("Business litigation filed by California man alleging idea theft"). Apparently, this was not the only legal entanglement with which Uber is faced. Employee contract disputes were taken to the California Labor Commission. Uber was classifying drivers for the smartphone ride ...
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  • Should I have contracts and documents notarized in California?

    One thing that no business owner enjoys is being taken to court because of a contract dispute. Not only do contract disputes place a stress on the business owner, they can also affect the financial situation of the company. The business owner will likely have to miss work and could have to hire an attorney as the dispute moves forward. Is there a way to protect my company from contract disputes? ...
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