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Contract Disputes Archives

Contract disputes: Contractor claims city unlawfully rejected bid

When it comes to bidding on an employment contract, businesses in Ohio and elsewhere often have to compete with rivals. While in many cases the job may go to the lowest bidder, a company could decide to enlist the services of the another party instead. Should the previous business believe that this decision is unlawful, intense contract disputes may ensue.

Voice of Kermit at center of employment contract disputes

Employees are perhaps the most important component of most Ohio businesses. They are the ones who interact with the public, represent the company and drive the day-to-day business operations. However, at times, the contribution of employees to the overall company welfare is not recognized and employee contract disputes become a possibility.

Contract disputes can present image and service problems

Customer service and the image that a company presents to the community are an integral part of an Ohio business marketing plan. Word of mouth and goodwill go a long way in overcoming obstacles and attracting customers. Even in the health care industry, the service provided to the patients and the image of the health care provider or hospital is paramount. Contract disputes can easily have a negative impact upon the business.

Contract disputes at heart of Ohio State and Verizon disagreement

Football and Wi-Fi -- these two seem to go together these days. While attending a football game, many Ohio fans enjoy taking pictures and posting comments on-line. This allows them to see who else may be at the game and meet up with friends. In addition, some fans enjoy keeping up with the scores of other games while attending one. Several years ago, Ohio State recognized the need to provide Wi-Fi service for its fans; they did not realize that this endeavor would result in contract disputes over the coming years.

Contract disputes with city prompt filing of lawsuit

Like everywhere else in the country, Cleveland relies on private contractors for many of its projects. In many cases, everything goes according to plan, but in others, contract disputes arise. If the city and the contractor are unable to come to an agreement outside the courts, a lawsuit could result.

Ohio consumers may soon fall victim to contract disputes

Companies are in business to make a profit. In order to do so, they usually enter into contracts with other companies to provide products or services. Then, at times, companies are bought out by other companies, and the contracts that are currently in place may not be a good fit with the new situation. It appears that a recent corporate acquisition has resulted in contract disputes that may soon have an impact on some of the company's Ohio-based customers.

Employment contract disputes often arise from implied contracts

Resumes have been reviewed, interviews conducted and an offer of employment made. This scenario occurs daily throughout Ohio in shopping malls, schools, manufacturing companies and many other businesses. The jobs involved range from that of the shoe salesperson to a teacher to a business executive. While the basic process may appear to be the same, very little else is until it comes to the matter of employment contract disputes.

Contract disputes can often be avoided by putting it in writing

Contracts are a part of doing business in Ohio. There are contracts for the lease of property, purchase of property, employment service and more. While most would like to think that each party will honor his or her part of the contract, this is not always the case. All too often, there are contract disputes that, at times, lead to legal concerns.

Contract disputes affecting some Ohio viewers

After a long day at work or school, many Ohio residents like to go home and relax for a little while in front of the television. Many of these individuals have their favorite shows or news programs, and they do not want to miss out on these. Then, there are those who enjoy watching sports broadcasts such as the NCAA tournament. Unfortunately, due to recent contract disputes between U-Verse and Raycom Media, some Ohio residents have not been able to enjoy these favorites.

Breach of contract leads to layoffs and possible litigation

Business managers throughout Ohio make business decisions on a daily basis. It is their job to make sure that each business is operated in the manner in which its shareholders expect. Furthermore, when problems arise, it is the business manager's responsibility to investigate the problem and remedy the situation. In some cases, this remedy can appear to others to be a breach of contract.

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