Any business will enter into written or verbal contracts regularly, and in some instances almost on a daily basis, It is inevitable therefore that disputes will sometimes arise. Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team have significant experience in dealing with the often complex nature of contractual disputes.
Whilst commercial contracts are entered into with the expectation that they will run smoothly, things can and do sometimes go wrong; a customer may refuse to pay for services provided or goods supplied, or you may have reservations about the quality of something you have purchased or services received. Disagreements may also arise regarding the terms of a contract, or even that a contract existed in the first place.
Resolving these types of contractual disputes can prove to be a difficult and complicated process, and early expert legal advice is always recommended. A disagreement with a key client or supplier can have a significant and potentially disastrous impact on your business and the relationship with your customer or supplier, and might even possibly have an impact on the reputation of your business and its directors and staff. Seeking legal advice at the outset, and resolving the dispute, will enable your business to maintain its relationships and focus on dealing with customers and suppliers.
Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team understand that the cost of a dispute or litigation and its potential impact on cash flow can be a daunting prospect for you and your business. We will establish your contractual position at an early stage, advise on best tactics to use, and how to resolve the dispute on a cost-effective basis with the minimum of fuss.
Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team can provide advice on the following:
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