Order In The Business Court
In many states, murderers go to trial in special criminal courts, divorcing spouses duke it out in family court, and heirs do battle in probate court. But corporations, which frequently get into disputes involving more money and knottier legal issues than even the ugliest contest over a will, rarely get such special treatment. In all but six states, business cases are assigned to general civil tribunals that devote the majority of their time to small-potatoes battles over dented car bumpers and broken apartment leases.
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