Litigation

We handle all kinds of litigation and dispute resolution matters for a wide variety of clients.

We advise in particular on commercial contract issues, company and shareholders disputes, professional negligence claims, and all types of property matters including arrears recovery, possession (both commercial and residential), dilapidations and lease renewal matters.

We have particular expertise in intellectual property matters (concentrating on trade mark and copyright infringement) and probate disputes (particularly claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

We provide cost-effective, practical and bespoke litigation services to help you resolve your dispute.

Additional Services

We appreciate that when disputes arise with banks, organisations of any size can experience significant problems which affect the day to day running of the business. Not only can we handle mis-selling of financial products, we can represent your interests when your business suffers due to issues with your business bank account.

As a business, it is important to protect confidential and sensitive information to which employees have access. Restrictive covenants and non–compete clauses are included in an employment contract to prevent ex-employees from working in competition with your business, and to seek to protect sensitive and important information such as confidential knowhow, details of customers, clients or contacts, and even details of employees.

Contracts form the basis of most commercial relationships. As well as providing clarity in business arrangements, contracts are also put in place to ensure that clear obligations are in place in case either party’s breaches their contractual obligations.

Business disputes between the owners of a company, or partners within a partnership are a recurrent feature of business and usually occur when either a minority shareholder believes that a majority shareholder is not acting in the best interest of the company, or when partners in either a partnership or LLP disagree on the direction or decisions that partnership needs to take.

Our Litigation Team