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By Lewis Migliore
You should try to avoid a flooring dispute that results in litigation at all costs and strive to work out a reasonable resolution to the problem and complaint. The elusive word here is reasonable because when an end user feels they have been damaged to a point that they want a pound of flesh there may be no reasoning. If this is the case and the parties involved become principled then filing a law suit serves to free up the log jam. “A fat lawsuit is never as smart as a lean compromise” — If You Want the Rainbow…You Gotta Put up with the Rain.
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