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Contract disputes lead to public protest

The outside of Roseburg Forest Products' new headquarters in another state became the scene of public protest on a recent Wednesday. Employees who are engaged in contract disputes held signs to air their grievances. The group was comprised of at least 30 current and former Roseburg workers. Many California workers have experienced similar contract problems.

Where to go for help if construction litigation is unavoidable

No California business owner wants to waste time and money on lengthy courtroom battles surrounding disputes that have arisen during construction projects. While it is not uncommon for disputes to arise, most savvy business owners hope to avoid construction litigation whenever possible. However, it is good to know where to go for help should efforts to resolve a particular issue without intervention prove ineffectual.

California contract disputes sometimes filed at the federal level

Business persons in California and all other states often face challenges regarding their contracts. When contract disputes arise, the effects can be far-reaching, causing damage to more than one party. Especially in the field of education, unresolved contract problems often cause delays and impediments, not only to teachers or service workers, but students, as well.

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