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September 05, 2012

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Companies that demand partial dole-outs often use these as an excuse to see that their outsourcing partners deliver.

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A contract is a solid commitment between two parties and without exigent circumstances they should not be violated.

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The companies in this story were sophisticated enough to know what they were getting.

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I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. Thanks for this wonderful post. I hope to see more posts in the future.

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Installment payment plans are not uncommon in other outsourced industries, much more with the case of litigation outsourcing. Companies that demand partial dole-outs often use these as an excuse to see that their outsourcing partners deliver. As a result, when they don't like the results, buyers usually default with their obligations.

Lulaine

I am not quite clear on what litigation outsourcing is but this is clearly a win for people who uphold the virtues of contract law. A contract is a solid commitment between two parties and without exigent circumstances they should not be violated. The companies in this story were sophisticated enough to know what they were getting into and not holding up their end of the contract is not the way to do business.

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