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Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Our dedicated Dispute Resolution team has a wide range of experience and depth of knowledge in avoiding or resolving legal disputes.
Increasingly we regard our role as helping clients avoid or at least minimise involvement in disputes, and measure our success for our clients as much in terms of problems avoided or effectively negotiated away, as in numbers of victories in Court.
Our team understand the need to act swiftly and decisively in reacting to our clients issues and formulate clear action plans to resolve them.
- Arbitration (including International Arbitration)
- Banking and Finance Litigation (including Hedge and Libor cases)
- Breach of Contract claims
- Civil Fraud (including confiscation orders and Proceeds of Crime Act claims and relief)
- Commercial Property and Land Disputes
- Company and Business Law disputes
- Consumer Credit
- Debt Recovery
- Directors Claims (including breach of duties and personal guarantees) and Shareholder Disputes
- Employment Litigation and Covenants (including issuing and defending injunctions)
- Expert Determination
- HMRC and Border Force disputes
- Insurance Disputes
- Intellectual Property
- Joint Venture disputes
- Judicial Reviews
- Partnership Disputes and LLPs
- Professional Negligence
- Tort of Deceit Claims
If you are involved or anticipate being involved in a dispute we can:
- Analyse the situation
- Provide a risk assessment
- Advise you on your position
- Work with you on the best way forward
This can range from a conciliatory and low-key approach to a much more robust and aggressive stance if that is what the situation and your best interests demand.
We can discuss a possible range of funding arrangements, including in appropriate cases, Conditional Fee (“no win-no fee”) agreements.
Where appropriate we will not hold back in advising you that your legal position is weak and helping you to get out quickly and cost effectively. We recognise that an unnecessarily prolonged dispute can be counter-productive, not only in excessive legal costs, but also in terms of wasted time and damage to business and personal reputations and relationships.
What our clients say
I think the congratulations should go to you because without your help and guidance I’m not sure that I would have got this far. I was very happy with the result and it definitely allowed me to enjoy my weekend.
Once again thanks for all your great help and support in reaching a satisfactory conclusion.
Thank you for all your assistance and advice this year on what proved to my eyes a difficult case. Mrs J and I are so relieved above all to get our lives back and we are looking forward to a happy Christmas.
Excellent result – I recommend you anytime !!
Just a quick e-mail to say how much we appreciate all the hard work you put in on our behalf over the past 10 months on our complicated case, including your help with the Bank and dealing with our opponent. Your efforts were brilliant. I would have caved in if not for you. We are very pleased with the result.
If we ever have need for a solicitor, we will definitely use yourself/Rogers and Norton and recommend you.
If I ever need anyone to fight my corner in the Corporate world, you will be the first to hear about it. Very many thanks for your remarkably swift and positive approach to the whole thing.
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