Litigation is often an option for parties who have found themselves involved in a dispute of some kind.
Many people starting a new venture decide to create a nonprofit corporation.
As a business owner, one of your biggest priorities should be to try to avoid disputes, both internally and externally. This can be very challenging because disputes commonly arise in many forms. Employee dispute prevention requires that businesses have strong policies in place to deal with complaints and set expectations regarding conduct. Additionally, disputes with clients or competitors can arise due to miscommunication.
As the owner of a small business in New York, you could benefit from entering into written contracts with some of your employees. But in what way?