Our litigation team of barristers and solicitors, qualified in England, offers a complete service – from gathering evidence to advocacy. Working for private individuals, local and international companies, financial institutions and public bodies, we have a successful track record of planning carefully and acting quickly and decisively and of ensuring a successful outcome.
International Commercial Disputes
We act for both claimants and defendants, and offer an expert mediation service that can help avoid prolonged litigation and minimise costs. Clients include major multinationals, smaller companies and referrals from other international law firms.
We deal with the full range of business disputes, including joint ventures, partnerships, company, insolvency, as well as banking and securities. Our lawyers have considerable experience in tracing, freezing or recovering assets. Our range of experience gives clients the resources, quality of advice and practical help that they need to resolve their dispute quickly and as inexpensively as possible.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Like in many other jurisdictions mediators are increasingly popular and often encouraged by the courts. We are able to advise fully on the use of mediation to resolve disputes quickly, sensibly and cost-effectively. We also have a team of three accredited mediators who are regularly appointed to mediate disputes.
Our expert insolvency lawyers are regularly involved in high value and complex liquidations, including the liquidation of insurance companies. We act for receivers and liquidators in high-profile cases, including overseas liquidators and receivers. Our lawyers are focused, dedicated and keep abreast of current practice.
We act for insurance companies and underwriters, as well as local private clients and companies on negligence claims. Our lawyers have been successful in assisting clients defend and make claims across a range of areas, including personal injury, clinical, medical and professional negligence.
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