“Somebody who as broken a contract, is not necessarily a contract breaker.” When involved in a dispute, while it an be tempting to bring up past behaviours or actions of the opposing party. However as Craig O’Brien explains, this tactic is not necessarily beneficial in a litigation strategy.

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