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In the case of a breached contract, Greg Victoroff, Esq., partner at Greg Victoroff & Associates, believes that authors should avoid litigation at all costs. There are a few strategies to do this. First, a contract should include contingencies: what will happen if someone doesn’t deliver what was originally agreed upon. This way, there is already a set plan in place. The contract should also include a dispute resolution clause: what will happen if the parties disagree. This may include a mediation meeting or something similar. At the end of the day, Victoroff says it all comes down to having a human conversation with the other side. Talk on the phone or meet in person to settle your differences.
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