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Employment contract disputes and expectations

Employees are an important part of the Ohio business. They often have the talent and expertise needed to allow the company to continue to grow and thrive. After investing time and money in locating and training the desired individual, the company wants to ensure that the working relationship will be a smooth one. In order to avoid potential problems down the road, such as employment contract disputes, employers and employees often enter into an employment contract.

Planning for future critical to business organization

Customers and employees are the lifeblood of many Ohio businesses. They are both critical parts of most businesses. As such, the business owner often goes to great lengths to make sure that both are taken care of. Unfortunately, without proper planning for what will happen to the business organization if the owner dies or becomes incapacitated, customers and employees can suffer.

Breach of contract dispute goes before jury

At some point in time, it may be necessary for an Ohio business to hire another company to perform tasks for the business. In some cases, this may be a short-term assignment that is handled by a simple phone call and payment for work completed. In other cases, it may be a more involved assignment, and the companies enter into a contract stating what will be done and how much will be paid for the services rendered. When this happens, it is assumed that both parties will live up to the terms of the contract; otherwise, they risk a breach of contract dispute.

Acquisition of all 4 corners important to one Ohio developer

Location is key in most Ohio business ventures. The right location can be essential to the success of the business. For this reason, the acquisition of the desired property is often the first step in business development and/or expansion.

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