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Contract disputes threaten progress at California university

Contracts are integral to the functioning and productivity of business enterprises and institutions throughout the state. Disputes can lead to legal challenges that cause impediments to continued service or production, as may be the case in a recent incident at California State University. Faculty members and others are waiting to see how current negotiation issues will be resolved. The faculty has threatened to strike if the contract disputes are not agreeably settled by April 2016.

Contract disputes lead to unhappy Chainsmokers fans

Legal contracts between business entities can be complex and subject to various interpretations. It is crucial that California business owners carefully word their contracts. Equally important, anyone planning on signing an agreement should first make certain that the legal language contained therein is understood in the same way and agreed upon by all whose signatures will be included. Contract disputes are something most company owners or service providers want to avoid; however, they are not uncommon in the world of business as evidenced by a recent dispute between the Chainsmokers and Notre Dame University.

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