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Try as you might, some of your business deals invariably turn sour. No one likes to think about future disputes when you are entering into a deal, but it is worthwhile to take some time to think about how disputes will be resolved before a dispute arises. Will you take your troubles to court? Or will you resolve your differences in a private arbitration? There is no one-size-fits-all answer, but there are some key points that should factor into your assessment of whether to include an arbitration clause.

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