Litigation Hijack

May 7, 2014

Commercial Disputes – How to Avoid Litigation Hijack – Part 2

Here is the link to Part 1 of this series – https://tasdisputescentre.com.au/litigation-hijack-protect-part-1/ The answer to “How do you avoid Litigation Hijack?” is found in many of the other posts on this blog, Here are some recent posts that reveal the answer –   https://tasdisputescentre.com.au/commercial-dispute-escalators-escalator-1/   https://tasdisputescentre.com.au/commercial-disputes-escalators-escalators-23-4/   https://tasdisputescentre.com.au/commercial-mediations-effective-dispute-management-leads-quicker-dispute-resolution/   https://tasdisputescentre.com.au/commercial-disputes-mediation-role-lawyers/   In summary, business owners can literally bullet proof themselves against
May 3, 2014

Litigation Hijack – What it is and How to Protect Yourself Against It – Part 1

Put simply, Litigation Hijack occurs when some one or some business is forced into litigation by another person or persons. The victim of litigation hijack does not litigate in a court or tribunal by choice, but does so because he/she/it has to in order to avoid the threat of a prejudical court order made against his or its interests. It