Commercial Disputes Solicitors services in Birmingham, Solicitors services in Manchester and Nationwide
Disputes frequently arise in business and unless they are handled quickly and efficiently, they can often become a major drain on both management time and resources.
Where possible, we always try to settle disputes by negotiation. In many cases, disputes can be resolved by using alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation and arbitration. These procedures tend to be more informal and less adversarial than going to Court, which in turn make it a much quicker and cheaper process.
However, there are occasions, when Court action is necessary. We can assure you that in these circumstances, our Litigation Team will always “fight your corner”, so that you obtain the best possible result. We will also keep you up informed about the progress of your case, at all stages in the process.
You can be assured that you will be in safe hands, as the Firm is listed in the major independent UK legal directory, Legal 500. We have also achieved the Lexcel accreditation, which is the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and excellence in legal client care.
Our team have worked on cases that have involved matters such as:
If you would like to find out more about how we can help, please call 0330 333 8797 to talk to a lawyer in our commercial property conveyancing team or email email@example.com.
Our team can deal with the full range of legal services, covering a wide range of issues. We cover:
It is inevitable that disputes can arise on a building project. If left unresolved, these disputes can quickly escalate – the longer the dispute lasts, the more likelihood there is for there to be a negative impact on your business. Our specialist Litigation Lawyers have a great deal of experience in dealing with building disputes and we can help you in trying to resolve the dispute quickly, calmly and effectively.
Our aim on all construction disputes is always to try to achieve a quick and amicable settlement, so as to lessen the impact on your business. Therefore, from the outset, we will devise a commercially driven strategy that aims to achieve the earliest possible settlement on best terms.
However, it is inevitable that on occasions, litigation will be unavoidable. In these circumstances, our Litigation Team has established a deserved reputation for “fighting your corner”, regardless of the opponent.
Our dedicated Debt Recovery Team recognises that an effective Debt Recovery Service, is essential to ensuring the good health of any business, as it ensures a good cashflow.
Our Team provides the complete range of Debt Recovery services, utilises a state of the art Case Management System, that enables us to have a uniformed process, which in turn provides our clients with the benefits of enhanced efficiency.
To find out more about our Debt Recovery Service, please look at our Debt Recovery Service.
It is inevitable that in the day to day running of any business, that disputes will arise with customers and suppliers.
It is always best practice, to try to resolve any Litigation Dispute as quickly and as amicably as possible. In our Teams experience, managed properly, relationships are capable of being repaired, which in turn will be invaluable to the smooth running of your business.
Our Litigation Team can help you explore your options and consider whether there is any potential for negotiation and resolution, outside of Court Proceedings – this will include the potential for arbitration, mediation and all other forms of dispute resolutions.
However, if Court action is required, our Team has extensive experience in handling in all types of contractual disputes and we are therefore able to draw upon our experience, so as to maximise your prospects of success.
Warranty claims arise in a number of different situations – they can arise out of a contract for the sale of goods/services, or where a warranty is given as to a performance or quality.
Warranty claims can also arise when a business is being sold, in that the seller typically provides the buyer with a number of warranties, in the sale agreement.
People in a position of trust or fiduciary relationship, such as Officers, Directors, high level employees of a Corporation or business, Agents and Brokers, all owe certain duties to their principals or their employers.
Fiduciary relationships, which by their very nature, relationships of good faith, may involve a variety of obligations depending on the particular circumstances.
Fiduciary duties require that the fiduciary acts solely in the bests interests of the employer/principal, free of any self dealing, conflicts of interests, or other abuse of the principal for personal advantage. By way of background, a breach or fiduciary duty is often easier to prove than fraud. The claimant does not need to prove criminal or fraudulent intent (or the other elements of fraud). All that is required to succeed, is that the claimant must show that the defendant occupied a position of trust or fiduciary relationship, and that this was breached to the defendants personal benefits.