Business Disputes

    The business dispute definition relates to any kind of disagreement between two businesses over the terms of an agreement signed by both parties involved. They can happen in any kind of business arrangement and are mostly unavoidable over a company's lifetime.

    The most frequent contract disputes are between business partners or between a business and certain contractors, suppliers, or clients. They usually happen when one of the parties believes either the amount of money paid, the delivered good or service, or the timeframe in which the good or service was delivered were not executed according to the original agreement.

    The most common business disputes occur when a certain product fails to meet the stipulations made in the product's warranty or harms the consumer in any way. Another common example of a business dispute is a disagreement between employers and current, former, or potential employees. If the employees feel threatened or harassed by a company, they have a right to file for business claims.

    We, at Pinnacle (PIDA), remain on the lead of the investigation field for helping businesses and clients solve various disputes & provide our findings to the client for his further action.

    If you are in any business and trapped in a dispute, we would be always available to help you. We ensure that any fraud active for business disputes is exposed to benefit the party harmed. We leverage the latest technologies and logical approach to resolving disputes.