Commercial Disputes

Our experienced team acts in a wide range of commercial and civil disputes for both corporate and individual 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.

Dealing with a dispute through the conduct of a business or as an individual can often be costly, stressful and a major distraction from running the business or getting on with life.  We know, through dealing with many commercial disputes, that obtaining early legal advice and assistance can prevent matters from escalating or reaching the courts. We use mediation, arbitration and negotiation to assist all parties involved reach an agreement as quickly as practicable. But if the matter does need to have its day in court, we have a track record of being fierce litigators and protecting our clients’ interests.

A full list of the services we provide to support our clients through any commercial dispute can be found below:

Commercial Disputes, ICO & Data Protection Investigations
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (‘the Act’) creates a public ‘right of access’ to information held by ‘Public Authorities’ which obliged to: The definition of ‘Public Authorities’ includes Government Departments, Local Authorities, the NHS, and Police Forces. The Act outlines the manner of the presentation of a ‘Freedom of Information’ request and the appropriate […]
Commercial Disputes
Conducting proceedings through the civil courts in England and Wales has always been, and remains, a relatively expensive enterprise, to the extent that such costs can often be seen as a barrier to anyone seeking any form of remedy through those courts. There never is, of course, a guarantee of success when seeking redress and, […]
Commercial Disputes
An Order for Specific Performance is a remedy which may be granted by a court when resolving a contract dispute. The intent behind the granting of Specific Performance is to compel the defaulting party to perform the positive contractual obligations that were promised as part of the contract. Such an Order is discretionary in nature, […]

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