Commercial Disputes are a fact of life. They can be damaging to a business both in terms of time, money and reputation. Disputes need to be understood and carefully managed to optimise the chances of a successful recovery or settlement that minimises the disruption, inconvenience and stress inherent when a working relationship fails and litigation or some other form of dispute resolution results.
The firm has particular strength and experience in the following areas:
- Commercial Contracts Disputes
- Directors and Shareholders Disputes
- Insolvency and Antecedent Transaction Claims
- Construction Disputes
- Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes
- Professional Negligence
- Commercial Fraud
Commercial cases have included sale of goods, supply of services, debt recovery, personal injury, contested probate, and proceedings under the Inheritance (PF&D) Act 1975, product liability, licensing, factoring and guarantees, adverse possession and enforcement of restrictive covenants in employment contracts. Professional negligence matters involving solicitors and claims notified to professional insurers.
Advising insolvency practitioners on all aspects of insolvency law and practice including creation and validity of charges and securities, enforcement of security, retention of title, recovery proceedings, set - off, appointment of administrators, administrative receivers and liquidators. Section 423 applications and advising directors pursuant to the CDDA 1986. Personal insolvency including bankruptcy, IVA’s and insolvent partnerships.