Winner of the Legal 500 - 'Criminal, Fraud & Licensing Law Firm of the Year 2019'
"One of, if not the best, criminal specialist firms in the country" (Legal 500 | 2021 Edition)
Dispute Resolution & Litigation
Our experienced team acts in a wide range of commercial and civil disputes for both individual and commercial clients.
Disputes occur on a regular basis. The key is to deal with them in a professional and commercial manner whether through mediation, arbitration, negotiation or litigation.
What Do We Do?
Our specialist team of lawyers has particular expertise in the following areas:
- Business Disputes | Commercial Disputes | Contract Disputes
- Construction Disputes & Adjudication
- Shareholder & Director Disputes
- Banking & Finance Litigation
- Professional Negligence
- Defamation, Libel & Media
- Search Orders
- International Disputes
- Commercial Agent Regulation Disputes
- Norwich Pharmacal Applications
- Restoration of Companies
- Injunctive Relief
- Civil Fraud
- Asset Recovery
- Class Actions | Group Litigation Orders
- Cryptocurrency Disputes
- Director Disqualification Proceedings
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Alternative Dispute Resolution & Mediation
- Sports Law
Why Use Kangs Solicitors ? | How Will We Deal With The Dispute?
We use creative thinking, determination and speed in the quest to find a satisfactory solution for our clients.
Early expert advice and assistance is usually imperative and can save considerable time and costs. We encourage our clients to contact us as soon as they become aware of a potential dispute rather than waiting for matters to escalate into formal disputes.
We will work with you to devise the right strategy based on our many years’ experience and deliver the most cost-effective commercial solution to the problem.
We bring considerable commercial acumen to the table as a result of having been involved in settling many disputes of every conceivable nature over a number of years. There is unlikely to be a situation that we have not come across before. Our clients have the immediate benefit of this wealth of experience from the first day that they engage with us.
We understand that disputes can be time consuming and potentially expensive which is why we work with our clients to make an early assessment of their individual situation and look to avoid the courtroom wherever possible by exploring other more cost effective solutions such as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
If the matter does proceed to the courtroom, we have the track record and experience to fight to protect our client’s interests.
Who Do We Act For?
We act for a wide range of clients in all sectors including:
- Large national and multi-national corporations
- Owner managed businesses
- Professional sector businesses
- Private individuals
What Are The Funding Options?
Costs are always a primary issue for clients and we aim to provide a range of costs options including:
- Competitive hourly rates
- Fixed fees
- Capped fees
- Conditional Fee Agreements (‘CFAs’), also known as ‘no win, no fee’
- Legal Expenses Insurance
Who Can I Contact For Help?
We welcome new enquiries by telephone or email.
We are happy to provide an initial no obligation consultation at our offices in London, Birmingham or Manchester to explore the issues in your case and to provide an assessment of how we can assist you.
The quality of the work and the advice is outstanding
They make sure their client’s case is well fought
The firm has considerable strength in depth
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