Claims Civil Litigation Processes Eeoc

  • Litigation and Alternatives

    Litigation and Alternatives The dispute between NonLinearPro and Quick Take Video take place because an employee make the mistake of not reading an agreement before signing it. NonLinearPro now has a leasing contract for three months for the equipment Quick Take Video returned and refuses to make payment. The following will give the complaints each party could have and their options for resolving the complaints. The complaint NonLinear Pro would have against Quick Take Video would be not receiving

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  • Litigation Paper

    Arlana Spikener, JD Litigation Paper Understanding alternative methods of dispute for resolution is important; because most case never goes to court they are settled before they are heard by the courts. The traditional litigation system and nontraditional litigation both strive to settle the dispute or resolution that both parties agree upon. This paper will compare and contrast traditional litigation with the nontraditional forms of ADR. Compare Both traditional litigation system and nontraditional

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  • Eeoc and Small Businesses

    After reading the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) website, I was initially surprised that businesses under 15 employees (and under 20 employees for age discrimination) are not covered by the laws that the EEOC enforces. I had assumed that all business were forbidden from discriminating against a protected class, regardless of the business's size. Even if a female employee had conclusive and undeniable proof that her termination was based on her gender alone, if her company had

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  • Eeoc

    effect the Human Resource at the company. When making a decision to have a reduction in the workforce by terminating employees you have to be mindful you do not violate employment laws. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the reason why the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission was passed. The reason for the EEOC is to help employees with a legal recourse and to make sure that they are treated fair and have an equal consideration with respect to employment and termination. Employees sometimes feel

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  • Civil Litigation

    Civil Litigation Process Litigation is the process of bringing, maintaining and defending a lawsuit. This process is very difficult, time-consuming, and costly. In addition, the entire process must comply with complex rules and regulations. The pretrial litigation process is divided into a pretrial and trial process. The pretrial litigation process can also be divided into several major steps. These steps include: pleadings, discovery, dismissals and pretrial judgments, and settlement conference

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  • Eeoc V. Lowe's Companies Inc.

    Deidre Smith Senior Trial Attorney (901) 544-0140 TTY: (901) 544-0112 LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. SUED FOR RACE DISCRIMINATION EEOC Litigation Says Home Improvement Giant Rejected Qualified Black Job Applicants MEMPHIS, Tenn.-- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today announced the filing of a race discrimination lawsuit under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act against Lowe's Companies, Inc., doing business as Lowe's Home Center's Inc. The suit charges the world's second largest

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  • Litigation Paper

    RUNNING HEAD: COMPARE AND CONTRAST Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Paper As an organization strives to achieve goals through such things as innovation, technology, and leadership; the threat of litigation can become reality which requires expertise and knowledge to effectively defend. For those organizations conducting business in the United States, conventional judicial and nonjudicial dispute resolution can be pursued based upon the circumstances within a lawsuit. The subject

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  • Civil Litigation Interrogatories

    IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE STATE OF WISCONSIN CONSTANCE WOLF, ) Plaintiff, ) C.A. No. 06-626 v.s. ) LEWIS E. OLSON and ALBERT DOBIASH, ) MOTION: Defendants. ) Trial by Jury Demanded ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NOTICE OF SERVICE: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that the undersigned, Elise Smith, Esquire, did prepare Defendants, Lewis E. Olson and Albert Dobiash's Interrogatories to answer

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  • Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Paper

    Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Paper MGT/521 Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Paper An organization has to have a law department in charge of the resolution and the management of legal resources and services at all levels of the organization. They should work for the legal benefit of the company and their employees looking for the best and better ways to resolve their internal and also external conflicts

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  • Eeoc

    Running Head: EEOC Sues Extended Stay Hotels for Pay Discrimination Based on Sex Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC Sues Extended Stay Hotels for Pay Discrimination Based on Sex Blair Morse Sociology/315 July 15, 2013 Professor Ms. Anne Tindall EEOC Sues Extended Stay Hotels for Pay Discrimination Based on Sex Abstract In the paper it will discuss why EEOC Sues Extended Stay Hotels for Pay Discrimination Based on Sex. The paper will include the following: A description

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  • Eeoc

    After reading the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) website, I was initially surprised that businesses under 15 employees (and under 20 employees for age discrimination) are not covered by the laws that the EEOC enforces. I had assumed that all business were forbidden from discriminating against a protected class, regardless of the business's size. Even if a female employee had conclusive and undeniable proof that her termination was based on her gender alone, if her company had

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  • Eeoc Sues Kmart for Disability Discrimination

    EEOC Sues Kmart for Disability DiscriminationEEOC Sues Kmart for Disability Discrimination A known leading retail store, Kmart in Baltimore is said to have violated federal law. It was claimed that Kmart refused to hire an individual who had disability, that individual needed reasonable accommodation, so the United States EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission decided to file a lawsuit. The Hyattsville store was said to have rejected the individual who applied for a position due to his kidney

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  • Eeoc Paper

    EEOC Paper Jacquelyn Kerrick SOC/315 July 17, 2013 Julie Hu, PhD. EEOC Paper A description of the compliance issue that led to the lawsuit Gender-based wage discrimination is an unlawful employment practice which should not occur in the United States today. Yet unfortunately, this type of discrimination is still faced by women in the workforce. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed a suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt Division

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  • Eeoc Lawsuit

    EEOC Sues Red Lobster for Sexual Harassment Geana Gordon SOC 315 / Cultural Diversity October 7, 2013 Julie Hu A description of the compliance that led to the lawsuit The compliance that led to this lawsuit is alleging that a culinary manager at a Red Lobster Restaurant in Baltimore sexually harassed several female employees over a long period of time. Through his sexually offensive comments about these female employee’s bodies and physical actions of pressing himself against these ladies

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  • Eeoc Presentation

    SelectCare Benefits Network Sued by EEOC for Same-Sex Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Female Patient Advocate Was Subjected to Sexual Harassment by Female Supervisor, Retaliated Against for Complaining, Federal Agency Charged AUSTIN, Texas - SelectCare Benefits Network, Inc., an Austin-based broker of medications for disadvantaged people, violated federal law by subjecting a female employee to a sexually hostile work environment and then retaliating against her after she complained, the U.S.

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  • Eeoc

    she is frustrated with management over what she deems as favoritism towards those of the opposite. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as well as other federal act (including the Equal Pay Act of 1963), employers are forbidden from discriminating against employees on basis of gender (Jentz & Miller, 2012). The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for ensuring Title VII is enforced, victims of harassment must file a complaint with them first before proceeding

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  • Constructive Discharge Claim

    MEMO To: Chief Executive Officer From: Elementary Division Manager Date: January 1, 2014 Subject: Former Employee, Constructive Discharge Claim Introduction Our attorney has notified me that a former employee has filed a claim against the company, citing Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, constructive discharge. Findings: A. Constructive Discharge Relevance During the first quarter of the New Year the company implemented a new production schedule as a result of company growth

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  • Civils Rights Act

    Dear Mr. Smiles: After reviewing your company’s current situation I have found that The Lemon Tree has violated certain aspects of Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964. These aspects are Sex-Based Discrimination. • As defined by the EEOC Sex discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of that person’s sex. Sex Discrimination & Work Situations • The law forbids discrimination when it comes to any aspect of employment, including hiring, firing

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  • Delay in Civil Suits in Bd

    Abstract Delay is a very harmful matter for civil suits. And its situation in Bangladesh is very dangerous. Time consumed for the final disposal of cases from the date of its institution is too long. 10-15 years in many instances. This delay has been causing serious harassment to the litigant public. It has come to many mind that the present system of administration of justice, a foreign transplant, is unsuited to the genius of our people, its procedures are dilatory and cumbersome, not advancing

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  • Civil Rights

    catalyst theory – * England has fee shifting in every civil case: - there is a SC that determines nothing in England but attorney fees. * The reality with this is that there is less litigation because any losing party has to pay the others fee. * The cost should be reasonable so you can’t just say that you billed all the amount and now need to be paid. * Civil rights attorney fee: - The second front: - The battle lines for civil rights – there is grudging attitude on court awarded attorney

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  • Former Employee's Constructive Discharge Claim

    Manager, Elementary Division To: The CEO Subject: Former Employee's Constructive Discharge Claim ______________________________________________________________________ I received notified from the company’s attorney about a former employee who filed a claim against the company citing constructive discharge under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Findings: What is constructive discharge and how is it relevant to this situation. At the beginning of

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  • Eeoc

    Barker of EEOC, believes “ small businesses do everything they can to comply with federal discrimination laws, [but] what starts out as a simple law becomes a complex law that is constantly evolving”. Small business face specific challenges when it comes to employment law, because the relative small size of their workforce and budgets. However small business owners can take steps to institute proactive EEOC policies. One of the other things that surprised me on the website was that EEOC provides

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  • Nfl Concussion Litigation

    On January 31, 2012, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation issued an order consolidating several lawsuits against the National Football League into one large case of Multidistrict Litigation. All of the lawsuits that have been filed claim “tortious conduct” on the part of the NFL, resulting in neuro-degenerative disease and injury to professional football players. As of January 24, 2013, over 4,500 retired NFL players, more than one-third of players to ever sign an NFL contract, had brought

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  • Civil Litigation Complaint

    1. Constance Wolf 2. Address Line 1 3. Address Line 2 4. Phone Number 5. Plaintiff in Pro Per 6. 7. 8. United States District Court 9. Central District of Wisconsin 10. 11. Constance Wolf, ) Case No._________________ 12. Plaintiff, ) 13. vs.

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  • Eeoc

    EEOC Elizabeth SOC/315 July 15, 2014 Dr. Todd Dannelly As long as America has existed, equality has always been an issue for the people and for some a success, fortunately we have the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, also known as EEOC. This organization is an important part of America’s workforce when it comes to protecting and helping employees who are being treated unequally or unfairly by the employer and it is the job of the EEOC to protect people not matter the color, race

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  • Eeoc

    Eeoc and Small Businesses After reading the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) website, I was initially surprised that businesses under 15 employees (and under 20 employees for age discrimination) are not covered by the laws that the EEOC enforces. I had assumed that all business were forbidden from discriminating against a protected class, regardless of the business's size. Even if a female employee had conclusive and undeniable proof that her termination was based on her gender

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  • Legal Civil Procedures

    Supplement to Accompany Civil Litigation 7E Peggy N. Kerley Joanne Banker Hames, J.D. Paul A. Sukys, J.D., Ph.D. Prepared by Peggy N. Kerley Updated in 2013 by Jennifer Carpenter Australia • Brazil • Mexico • Singapore • United Kingdom • United States i © 2015 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part. ii PART I Introduction to Civil Litigation Contents Introduction

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  • Joinder of Claims

    that the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure contemplate lawsuits in which the party structure is more complex than the “A v. B” lawsuit. *Joinder Rules such as FRCP 14, 18, and 20 are rules of pleading – they specify the kinds of party and claim structures that are permitted in litigation in federal court. However, these rules don’t purport to control the subject matter jurisdiction of the federal courts – just because these rules permit a plaintiff to bring two different claims against a defendant does

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  • Eeoc

    Discrimination A known leading retail store, Kmart in Baltimore is said to have violated federal law. It was claimed that Kmart refused to hire an individual who had disability, that individual needed reasonable accommodation, so the United States EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission decided to file a lawsuit. The Hyattsville store was said to have rejected the individual who applied for a position due to his kidney issue. EECO argument was that after Lorenzo Cook received a position at

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  • Eeoc and Discrimination

    surface. However, upon further investigation of the required readings, we are unable to fully assess whether or not the two women have valid claims against CCSLLC. While both employees were women and over the age of 40, that alone, does not mean that the reason they were not rehired by CCSLLC as based on discriminatory practices. According to the U.S. EEOC, it is illegal to discriminate against an applicant based on a number of factors, including race, religion, and age (if over 40). In the

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  • Eeoc Claim

    Greenville, New State 555 222-2222 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission New York District Office 33 Whitehall Street, 5th Floor New York, NY 10004 RE: Claim for Alice Bennett To Whom It May Concern: This letter is to advise you of a request for filing of a formal complaint by our client Ms. Alice Bennett. (1) Person Making Claim: Alice Bennett, Address: 2367 Meadow Ln., New York, New York. Telephone number: (212)555-1212 (2) Respondent: Rikards-Hayley, Address: 121 Centre St

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  • Civil Rights Act 1964

    The Alright Toy Company | To: | CEO | From: CC: | John Mason | Date: | 11/4/2014 | Re: | Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII, Employee Case Filing | Comments: | To follow is information regarding Constructive Discharge, relevant to the updated production scheduling, and resolution for the charge of constructive discharge as brought forth by a previous employee. Constructive Discharge occurs when an employee resigns because the behavior of the employer or surroundings is intolerable

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  • Eeoc

    EEOC Presentation Terrious Simmons SOC/315 September 22, 2014 Donald Walker EEOC Presentation A press release was issued on behalf of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in regards to a federal lawsuit against a Concord, NC franchise restaurant Chick-fil-A. The lawsuit states that Heather Morrison was discriminated against for a job at the restaurant because she was six months pregnant at the time of interviewing for a job. According to the complaint filed by the EEOC, John

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  • Eeoc

    EEOC Abstract A pregnant female working as a dental hygienist for Indiana Health Center in Indianapolis was terminated prior to her maternity leave which violated Tile VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964 as amended by Pregnancy Discrimination act. This woman was awarded $45,000 while the company suffered multiple penalties. EEOC The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission case is on sex and pregnancy discrimination. The female in question was working at Indiana Health Center as a dental

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  • The Concept of the Eeoc

    The Concept of the EEOC Iletha Miller MAN 4302 Cynthania Clark October 30, 2014 The Concept of the EEOC Fifty years ago on July 3, 1964, President Johnson the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The most important part of this act was the Title VII of the legislation that answered the call for equal opportunity in the nation's workplaces. Title VII created made it illegal for anyone to be discriminated due to race, color, religion, national origin

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  • Buslaw 531 Litigation

    VS Non Traditional Litigation Traditional vs. Nontraditional Litigation Majid Clark University of phoenix Business Law 531 JOAN SCHILLER TRAVIS, J.D. July 27, 2011 Traditional vs. Nontraditional Litigation The process of bringing, maintaining, and defending a lawsuit is called litigation. The word litigation usually strikes fear into the hearts of the business community. Litigation relates to a claim for damages decided by legal proceedings. Most litigation cases involve defending

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  • Claim Adjudication

    1. How do employer priorities affect claim adjudication and management in workers’ compensation systems? The number one priority for all companies is to be successful and that means being profitable. As the global market becomes more competitive, many businesses must cut costs and adopt strategies to ensure that their doors remain open. When an employee injures themselves on the job the potential costs of an injury claim can significantly impact the WCB premiums for a company (Barnetson, 2010)

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  • Eeoc

    EEOC Presentation Throughout the United States brief history there has been a large amount of discrimination in the workplace and no laws to protect employees from such harassment. Title VII was passed which prohibits discrimination in hiring, firing, training, promotion, discipline etc. on the basis of an employee or applicant’s color, gender, race, national origin or religion. If any employee feels they have been a victim of employment discrimination they may a file a charge or claim with

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  • Assignment 4 Legal Research Writing and Civil Litigation

    internet. Two months after Mary signed the contract Froogle alleges that Mary violated the agreement between the parties and files suit in Superior Court for the county of Monterey in Salinas, California. Mary claims that the California court has no personal jurisdiction over her. Froogle claims California does have jurisdiction over her because she knowingly did business with a California Company. The issue in this case is whether Mary, resident of Vermont who sells ski equipmentin Vermont and maintains

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  • Eeoc

    EEOC Paper SOC/315 Monday, August 29, 2011 Cynthia Manns EEOC Paper The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to discriminate against a person because the person complained about discrimination

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  • Nontraditional Litigation

    Nontraditional and Traditional Litigation Paper Law/531 One of the ways that citizens and businesses alike resolve conflict is through civil litigation. It involves legal processes and the court in order to resolve disputes between two parties, who are seeking equitable and legal remedy. The process is quite structured and the plaintiff, who claims to have suffered a loss as a result of the actions of the defendant, must provide an argument that is based on facts or findings. The

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  • Litigation

    Traditional Vs. Nontraditional Litigation Nirali Patel LAW 531 March 26, 2012 Robert Reimer Traditional Vs. Nontraditional Litigation According to Cheeseman (2010), “Litigation is a process of bringing, maintaining and defending a lawsuit.” The litigation process involves resolving disputes in the court by taking an argumentative approach to prove the point. The litigation process has different phases – pleading

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  • Traditional Litigation

    this essay I will compare and contrast the Traditional litigation system with the Nontraditional forms of ADR. First and foremost “Litigation is a legal process where parties argue their case against each other through the usage of discovery and court room procedures. Parties involved are called litigants. Each party assembles its argument supported by findings and facts. Parties exchange documents pursuing their interest. Litigation continues until the involved parties' find a resolution

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  • Nontraditional and Traditional Litigation

    and Traditional Litigation Julia Salazar LAW/531 April 21, 2012 Michael T. Millar, JD Nontraditional and Traditional Litigation In the United States disputes can be settled through traditional and nontraditional litigation systems. The traditional litigation method utilizes the court in conflict resolutions. This process of conflict resolution is very complex, time consuming, and expensive. The traditional litigation is based on adversarial

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  • Traditional Litigation

    Traditional litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) have become very popular in the business world today. Many companies have ensued in ADR to resolve disputes. One of the reasons companies have used ADR is because it is more cost effective than traditional litigation. Traditional litigation is used when the company and petitioner cannot come to an agreement on a settlement. Traditional litigation system is a system where the civil court is involved with the dispute and a trial is

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  • Litigation

    Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Chauncey Davis LAW/531 June 18, 2011 Alfred Green Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Litigation can be a lengthy and expensive process that must align with procedural guidelines set forth by local, state, and federal laws. According to Cheeseman (2010), litigation defines as “a process of bringing, maintaining, and defending a lawsuit” (p. 34). A manager or leader in an organization must concede that at some point he or she will have

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  • Litigation

    Abstract In this essay the reader will be able to identify the legal disputes presented in the Litigation an Alternative Video. The paper will converse the difference between the traditional litigation system and the nontraditional forms of Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) which will include the risks that a company may encounter should they proceed with traditional litigation, when nontraditional ligation is appropriate to practice to avoid those risk. Alternative disputes presented, such

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  • Litigation System

    Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution The focus of this paper is to compare and contrast the traditional and nontraditional litigation system in the form of ADR. Litigation is the traditional approach to resolving disputes in civil matters. Today, many businesses or organization are realizing that the costs of the litigation have become the major problems. To defend a lawsuit can create hundreds or thousands of dollars in legal costs even when the lawsuit is already dismissed. However

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  • Law 531 Contast and Compare Traditional Litigation with Non Traditional Litigation

    process is very different from the process of litigation (trying cases in court), for business disputes. Here is a listing of the differences Public/Private, Formality The arbitration process is private, between the two parties and informal, while litigation is a formal process conducted in a public courtroon. Speed of Process The arbitration process is fairly quick. Once an arbitrator is selected, the case can be heard immediately. In a civil litigation, on the other hand, a case must wait until

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  • Litigation

    and Nontraditional Litigation Tina Posey University of Phoenix LAW531 June 21, 2012 David L. Wilson Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation People break laws, people do not agree, civil suits filed, and litigation begins. Litigation is closely identified with civil law or tort law and the bringing of lawsuits. Lawsuits are legally authorized controversies judged by a court of law, and when one individual sues another individual, they are engaging in litigation law. The purpose

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