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Dealing with the end of a business relationship in Michigan

Even the best of relationships can come crashing to an end for Detroit residents. While it may have taken years to develop the relationship, the relationship may sour very quickly when things go wrong.

While many may realize this in a divorce, other relationships can also go south after a sudden break-up. For instance, business disputes often develop after a key employee leaves a company. The dispute can develop into commercial litigation, where both the company and the former employee make allegations of wrongdoing against the other party.

Last week, this blog discussed the situation where employers make allegations that a former employee was liable for a breach of fiduciary duty. For example, the employer might claim it lost business because the former employee put the interests of another company ahead of the employer.

On the other hand, the former employee may allege the contract he or she had with the company was breached by the company. For example, the employee may claim to be wrongfully terminated by the employer, which caused severe damages due to the lost income and employment.

Our firm has significant experience in navigating these important business disputes. We understand the complexities of state and federal law that may apply to the business dispute, including how that law may influence a particular case one way or another. By using our knowledge and research of the law, and investigating the facts of a case, we can advocate for the best interests of our clients. For more information on litigating business disputes, please visit our webpage on business litigation.

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