We represented a health system in a dispute that arose because the software vendor was not providing the services and support required under its managed services agreement. In these negotiations, we succeeded in terminating the contract, thus avoiding more than $70 million of contractual obligations.
Client Avoids $70 Million in Contractual Obligations
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