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Are contract disputes threatening your bottom line?

As a California business owner, you no doubt try to get the most for your money and keep production levels at their highest. Any number of problems can cause delays or hurt your bottom line. If you can successfully negotiate your way out of contract disputes, things may get better before they get worse.

All those involved happy as contract disputes come to an end

California parents are hopping on the back-to-school bandwagon along with thousands of other parents in the nation. Contract disputes between faculty and administrators in another state nearly continued into the start of the upcoming year. Thankfully, the situation has come to a peaceful end with all involved reportedly satisfied with the outcome.

Producer Quincy Jones richer after contract disputes

Most California pop music lovers are familiar with record producer Quincy Jones. He has helped many singers, songwriters and performers climb to the top of the billboard charts over the past few decades. One superstar with whom he had a close alliance, both on a personal and professional level, was Michael Jackson. That's why some may be surprised to learn that Jones has been engaged in raging contract disputes with Jackson's estate.

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