"Pinney Talfourd's Commercial Litigation department provides a pragmatic and effective representation at all stages, whilst cases are well-prepared and realistic advice is given to clients" - The Legal 500 UK 2017
The commercial litigation and dispute resolution team at Pinney Talfourd are recognised as being part of one of the leading commercial litigation and dispute resolution departments in Essex and London by The Legal 500, an independent and definitive guide to the best law firms in the UK.
All of our lawyers have significant experience and an excellent track record of resolving cases upon favourable terms for our clients, both before proceedings are commenced, during the various stages of the dispute and in the run up to trial. We understand the commercial reality of dealing with a dispute, and particularly what impact they may have upon you and your business. Our primary aim when acting for you is to try to resolve the dispute upon favourable terms at an early stage using Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) where possible.
Businesses cannot always control when and how a dispute may arise, but they can influence how effectively any dispute is dealt with and resolved by seeking early legal advice. The effects of a badly handled commercial dispute can be considerable in terms of financial loss and business disruption. Many cases that end up in a time consuming and expensive dispute could have been resolved much earlier with the right legal advice and correct approach. In instances where there is no alternative but to litigate, our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team will vigorously pursue or defend actions upon your behalf.
Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team regularly act for clients based in Essex and London, and also clients in Europe and further afield.
Please feel free to contact any of our commercial litigation solicitors directly to discuss any issues in more detail; we offer consultations at any of our offices or, if more convenient for you, we are happy to meet you at your own premises.