Individual Litigation

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 Individual Litigation Paper

Ian Hosein

Business Law 531

3/18/2013

Professor Ivy Voss

Individual Litigation Paper
“The law consists of rules that regulate the conduct of individuals, businesses, and other organizations in society (Cheeseman, 2010). In the following paragraphs I will describe the traditional litigation system based on the litigation and alternatives video and the knowledge read in the Cheeseman Book, the risks that occur through ADR and which cases go to trial,  the risks non-linear pro might occur, and finally the legal course of action.

There is a legal litigation system which moves cases to trial. However there is ADR which is described as methods of mediation, arbitration, and negotiation. They are made deals which such as to made lease and buy. It’s a situation of what was said and what is signed. Janet in the litigation and alternatives videos signed something which according to the salesman was a 30 day trial and now has a high cost. Janet’s boss is mad because she does not even know what she is signing according to the non-linear system.

Janet now has to write down everything wrong with the system and keeps apologizing for what she has done. There are a couple options at this point which includes talking out the problems before the lawyers start going at it. The Mediation process is interesting because it’s a constant effort to reach settlement before the actual trial process.

The primary option now before the counter sue for loss time is arbitration and once you get involved with litigation there can be bad publication. We need to hear both sides of the case and start what is called a mini trial. There needs to be a written statement of the facts then they send both parties a list of the results.           There are risks of Non-linear pro such as why each parties think accidents occur and we want both parties to come to some kind of agreement and is considered a late settlement.

 

In Conclusion, both parties will commit to this discussion in order to avoid a costly trial where lawyers and time will be considered. Litigation practices in avoiding such problems can occur by reading into programs and products before signing and agreeing to anything instead of a situation where one party is lost and the other is trying to make quota for his company.

CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY

I certify that the attached paper is my original work. I am familiar with, and acknowledge my responsibilities which are part of, the University of Phoenix Student Code of Academic Integrity. I affirm that any section of the paper which has been submitted previously is attributed and cited as such, and that this paper has not been submitted by anyone else. I have identified the sources of all information whether quoted verbatim or paraphrased, all images, and all quotations with citations and reference listings. Along with citations and reference listings, I have used quotation marks to identify quotations of fewer than 40 words and have used block indentation for quotations of 40 or more words.  Nothing in this assignment violates copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property laws. I further agree that my name typed on the line below is intended to have, and shall have, the same validity as my handwritten signature.

 

Student’s signature (name typed here is equivalent to a signature):

     

Ian Hosein.

 

 

 

 

Reference

Cheeseman, H.R. (2010).Business law: Legal environment, online commerce, business ethics, and international issues (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Cheeseman, H.R. (Year). Litigation and Alternatives [Video file]. Retrieved from http://media.pearsoncmg.com/pcp/pls_1256120324/litigation_and_alternatives/index.html

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