It is quite common for companies to resolve their contractual disputes via binding arbitration. The process is generally conducted in two ways: directly through a private arbitrator or through an organization such as the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Arbitration is far cheaper, faster and the finding of an arbitrator is enforceable in court without the bureaucracy that is modern-day litigation. Arbitration also has the advantage of being a private resolution method. That way you do not expose your contractual disputes to other vendors and customers–something unavoidable in court.
As an arbitrator, Denny Esford has the litigation experience and skill set to fairly evaluate and render a just finding in this private setting. Denny has particular experience in the manufacturing industry, drawing on his 17 years of prior career experience in engineering, technical sales (CMTSE) and management at Fortune 500 companies GM, Square D and United Technologies. Denny is also a former Senior Editor of the highly respected international industry trade journal Cutting Tool Engineering.