Scroggins' Metal Works, Inc is an Arkansas based metal company specializing in metal signs. Most of Scroggins' Metal Works, Inc.'s employees are white, but there are 4 Hispanic employees. Jody owns a chain of bars called "Got your Girl," which are located on military installations throughout the United States and overseas. Jody agrees to purchase 71 custom "Got your Girl" signs from Scroggins' Metal Works, Inc for $36,352. After the signs are completed, Scroggins' Metal Works, Inc. asks for payment. Jody does not want to pay until the signs are received. Conversely, Scroggins' does not want to send the signs until payment is received?
How should their dispute be resolved?
Through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Through the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
Through Contract Law
By appearing on Judge Judy.
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