Good business law is all about avoiding litigation. By avoiding litigation, we don't mean running away from disputes and failing to litigate. We mean conducting transactions that are based on sound precedents of state and federal statutes and Court Case Decisions. Ambiguity, unclear contract terms and conditions, employment agreements that violate employment laws, and improperly set up business entities are seeds planted that later blossom in the field of courtroom litigation.
No business wants to endure litigation unless it is absolutely necessary because lawsuits are always far more costly and always far more time consuming than the cost and time for properly drafting business agreements and commercial transactions, and properly operating a business, in the first place.