Span’s Systems vs. Citizen-Schwartz
This simulation begins in the middle of a big dispute between software-developing company, Span Systems and one of its customers Citizen-Schwartz. The contract was made between two parties, where one represents the company that designs software and another part which requires the software. These are the employees of this conflict, we have Kevin Grant, Director-Projects, Span Systems, is responsible for monitoring the performance of employees. Harold Smith, Span transactional attorney, plays an important role in the implementation of this project. Then Leon, one of the most powerful businessmen in CS.
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The cost of each disputant was a waste of time and productivity. The attorney fees were too expensive. Both sides suffered great loss in business.
The legal issues presented are performance, internal procedure for dispute escalation, the communication and reporting and change control. The first legal problem identified in the simulation is the performance contract. Once Span Systems and Citizen Schwartz made the contract are required to meet performance. In this contract in addition also is presenting the internal escalation procedure for disputes. This party may request the participation of progressive management in writing to the other party. Communication is essential as it is legal issues. Change Control: any changes will be presented to the client will be evaluated and approved before deployment. It will provide a deadline to ensure that the project follow a schedule. The changes are presented to the client, so that they are made in 3 business days. This will ensure no problems with the project timeline.
Future Business Opportunities
Under the agreement, either party may terminate this Agreement in its entirety, after more than 50% of the consideration being given by the other. Since CS asked all codes is in breach of contract...