Dispute resolution is the modern name given to civil litigation and refers to civil legal disputes between people and/or companies. It also states more clearly what we and most clients are seeking to achieve, namely settling disputes that arise from time to time.
Businesses want their disputes resolved as quickly as possible and without unnecessary time consuming meetings or expense. That is the way we approach our matters and we try to engage constructively with our opponents, where possible.
We can advise you regarding your dispute. Our aim is to advise you of the merits of your claim at the earliest possible point so that you can make an informed decision on how to proceed.
If for any reason your dispute is very specialist or is outside the scope of what we do, we can point you in the direction of someone more suitable to represent you.
Please note that we do not undertake personal injury, clinical negligence, or criminal courts work, but can recommend other lawyers if needed.
Meet our Dispute Resolution team
Our Dispute Resolution Services
A dispute between the owners of a company can be devastating to the fortunes of the company. A professionally drawn up shareholder’s agreement is vital, but if a dispute arises we can advise on how best to settle it.
A dispute between you and your business partners can be highly disruptive to your partnership and can be hugely costly, particularly if there is no partnership agreement in place. Mediation can often be a used successfully to settle.
Mediation & Arbitration
Mediation and arbitration are alternative methods of dispute resolution, which could save your business the stress and expense of litigation. It is in the interest of all parties to settle at an early stage.
Are you owed money by a supplier or a customer? If you’ve chased your bills and payment is not forthcoming, we can work effectively and efficiently to recover the monies due to you.
Legal disputes can be stressful, costly and time consuming. We can advise you and if needed represent you in civil law disputes in the County or High Court. We offer an initial fixed fee assessment where we will advise you on whether the claim has reasonable prospects of success.