Business Dispute Solicitors in London
South Bank Legal’s business dispute solicitors handle a range of commercial disputes. Our London dispute resolution lawyers deliver reliable advice and act on it decisively, thus cutting across the uncertainties and minimising business disruption that can often arise in commercial litigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour... More.
Our dispute resolution solicitors are based in Central London, conveniently located for the Royal Courts of Justice. We act not only for London and UK based clients, but overseas businesses and individuals enforcing or defending their rights under contracts containing UK exclusive jurisdiction: in litigation and dispute resolution, the powe... More clauses.
Our London litigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour... More solicitors can step into a commercial dispute at any stage, from the pre-action investigatory stage, to just before the commencement of trial. We are frequently instructed in urgent cases where injunctions are necessary, including freezing injunctions that protect against parties disposing of assets before litigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour... More proceedings are resolved.
Classic examples of our business dispute resolution expertise include:
- Misuse of Intellectual Property
- Banking disputes
- Real estate litigation
- Professional negligence claims
- Shareholder and partnership disputes
- Breaches of fiduciary duty: a legal relationship of trust and confidence... More by people in positions of trust
- Debt collection
- Breach of contract
Funding Commercial litigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour... More
Our dispute resolution solicitors approach funding in a way that is flexible and innovative. litigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour... More and dispute resolution can be expensive for big business and individuals alike. That is why a range of funding possibilities should be explored with clients, including conditional fee agreements and third-party funding.
Also relevant is After-The-Event (ATE) Insurance, a product that can insure you against an adverse costs order. An adverse costs order can be made against you where you lose your case and find that you have to pay not only your own legal fees but also the legal fees of the winning side.
If your business is involved in a dispute you require an initial appraisal of your rights, you can contact an expert London litigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour... More lawyer at South Bank Legal for a confidential discussion.