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Collaborative in Business

Confict is bad for business.  It's expensive and it distratcts from what you're in business to do - provide services and/or products that benefit your customers.  But conflicts to arise.  Over all manner of things.  There will always be the courts and litigation if a concerted effort in Collaborative Practice to reach an agreement should happen to fail.  But isn't it worth looking into whether the necessary costs of litigation can be reduced by using this approach? 

Here is a presentation made in Australia in 2008 addressing the use of CP in commercial and business settings:

Zeytoonian, Michael and Tess-Mahan, Ted,
Using Collaborative Law in Business Disputes

Zeytoonian, Michael,
Getting to Collaboration in Business and Employment Disputes