Companies may be impersonal, but they are still made up of people. Regardless of the existence of contracts and agreements between the companies, the people involved may not abide by them through either a mistake or intention. A great deal of business litigation here in Miami and elsewhere ultimately centers on the breakdown of the relationships between the people who own or work in the companies involved.
In many cases, it would be advantageous to preserve the business relationships between the companies and perhaps the people involved as well for the sake of the future of the parties involved. This often means resolving disputes as swiftly and equitably as possible without attracting unwanted attention. For this reason, it never hurts to continue negotiating as long as possible before going into a courtroom.
Even so, entering into negotiations without first understanding all of the facts, information and legalities involved will probably not result in a fair and equitable resolution. Therefore, a thorough analysis of the situation, along with the strength and weaknesses of each party’s positions, could reveal a way forward. It could also help identify points on which a party may be willing to compromise and those he or she will not.
Undertaking this process would most likely go more smoothly by involving a knowledgeable business litigation attorney. Doing so would help Miami companies involved in disputes with the negotiation process while preparing to go to trial. It is important to prepare for any contingency during the dispute resolution process, and experience proves invaluable in these situations.