- Commercial and Contractual Dispute Resolution
- Shareholder and Boardroom disputes
- Professional Negligence disputes
- Financial Services Disputes
- Wills, Trust and Inheritance Disputes
- Inheritance Disputes
- Debt Recovery Solicitors
On a daily occurrence, most transactions both in our business or personal life involve some type of contract. From purchasing goods or services to corporate acquisitions, each requires its own contract and an opportunity to go wrong.
The cost of this error could result in a business missing out on revenue or attending costly court proceedings. Both could mean the success or failure of a business.
We work to ensure clients who are involved in any commercial and contractual disputes, reach the best possible resolution. Whether you have an intellectual property dispute with another company or want to understand how our legal services can help. Speak to one of our expert legal advisors today.
Ensuring that the dispute is managed effectively is vital.
During a commercial or contractual dispute lies ample opportunity for both sides to fall out. It can have massive implications for both parties reputation and business. If the conflict is managed correctly within the resolution process, there can lie various opportunities to strengthen relationships.
Our teams will clearly explain the resolution process to you and bring to light potentially unforeseen opportunities. We also take the time to understand your commercial objectives, ensuring you reach a solution that is right for your business.
Commercial Dispute Resolution Solicitors
Our teams deal with commercial disputes in a range of settings. Although our strategies and tactics may change from case to case, our approach does not. We take the time to understand your business objectives and goals. This ensures both your reputation and financial position is looked after.
We can provide legal advice on:
- Commercial Property Disputes and Litigation
- Disputes under the Commercial Agency Regulations
- Debt Recovery including the Recovery of Unpaid Invoices
- Breach of Contract
- Breach of Warranty
- Breach of Trust
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Injunctive Relief
No matter the size or sector if you require guidance or an understanding of your current position contact us today. We can provide flexible and cost-effective solutions to suit every business need.
A contractual dispute can arise at any time and with partners who a previously stable and fruitful relationship flourished. These matters may be the result of poor planning from one party or merely a disgruntled employee. It is essential that as a business leader, you are aware of when, how and why these disputes may take place. Instances when disputes over contracts arise include:
- Contract Reviews
- Professional Negligence
- Errors and Mistakes
- Joint Ventures
- Terms Used
- Fraudulent Suspicions
- No Delivering What is Committed
- Disputes around Service or Businesses Employees
Taking proactive and preventative strategy towards disputes when forging new commercial relationships is always wise. Our legal advisors are on hand to offer clients preliminary advice, before entering into a commercial contract. Ensuring your business and its capital is safeguarded.
When working to create or maintain a successful business, fraud is perhaps one of your last considerations. Unfortunately, commercial fraud is a reality for numerous organisations. It can involve employees in a position of trust or the theft of a company’s information. The perpetrators and situations vary in extremes, yet the damage to reputation or revenue is often severe.
Our specialist can leverage legal avenues to recover any losses inflicted. We can work with the court to freeze the culprit’s assets and identify and seize key bank accounts. The impact of fraud can also cause buyers or partners to lose trust in your business practices. We can also set your business on a road path to recovery, which will reaffirm your businesses position in the market.
Our team has recovered assets for large organisations to smaller SMEs. We have recovered capital worth hundreds of thousand to multi-million-pound cases. So no matter your query contact our team today to see how we can help you.
Partnership Agreement Disputes
Going into business with a partner is an exciting time for both parties. The excitement that opportunity brings can overshadow elements to the agreement that often results in conflict in the future. This is as they are missed or not clearly explained from the outset.
Our teams will guide you through the whole process. We can help to establish the assurance of partners, to the creation and drafting of the partnership agreement. If a client wishes to dissolve a partnership, we offer advice and assistance in the preparation of dissolution agreements. We can also act effectively in the mediation of disputes.
The Limited Liability Act of 2000 allows for the creation of an LLP. We are well versed in this area of law. Our team can advise you should any dispute arise with partners, which cannot be resolved with negotiations, alternative dispute resolution a or mediation.
Who Do We Help?
Our litigation and dispute resolution teams are all regulated under the solicitors regulation authority. We have experience with various sectors and business owners or senior stakeholders. If you are involved in driving your businesses success, we can augment your team by preventing any unforeseen impacts on growth.
We have worked on commercial litigation disputes and cross border disputes for:
- Senior Executives – All C-suite Executive, HR Departments, Risk Managers and In-house Legal Teams
- Professionals – within a Governmental and Non-Governmental Organisation as well as the Media
- Individuals – Shareholders, Directors, Purchasers, Business Customers or Investors
- Businesses – in the UK and worldwide
Why Work with Us
We provide strategic advice that will look to protect your rights, interests and reputation. We have experience in reaching a preferred resolution in a range of business situations.
Any litigation or arbitration that arises in a commercial setting is costly. Our teams understand this. To minimise the impact or effect on your daily operations, we will reach a resolution swiftly or work with you to implement a strategy centred around your business.
By contacting our legal team, we can offer initial advice on your case and the best steps forwards. Our team will also provide you with a cost-effective solution to your dispute.
We offer flexible payment plans or can help you to explore ways to secure alternative sources of funding.
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We Cover You With No Move No Fee
If the unexpected should happen we won’t charge you.
We Don’t Just Stop at Conveyancing
We want to ensure that the process is as stress-free and as affordable as possible. So we can take care of everything from surveys to removals or even updating your will with the new property.
We Keep You Up-to-Date
Our Solicitors and dedicated Client Services Team are here to ensure peace of mind and to answer any questions you have.
Once quoted we guarantee that your fee will not change.
We Can Work on Conveyancing Matters Across Southampton and the UK
Gone are the days of choosing an expensive high street solicitor based on where you live. In today’s world, the conveyancing process can be started and completed fully over the phone, through emails or by post.Our Southampton conveyancing solicitors are on hand to ensure that your conveyancing journey runs a smoothly as possible.
How does it work?
As soon as you instruct us, an expert property solicitor will be assigned to your case. They will work to untangle the conveyancing process for you and update you at every milestone ensuring that your needs are considered at every hurdle.
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Although we are based in Southampton, we can handle all the legal and administrative aspects that come with conveyancing.
Most of conveyancing is handled without ever a need to meet your solicitor face-to-face.
You can contact us via form, post or even phone and we will be sure to assist you with any query.