Commercial Dispute Resolution
Most businesses will, at some stage, become embroiled in a commercial dispute, and this is when you need a fully committed legal team dedicated to fighting your corner. When things do go wrong our dispute resolution experts have your back.
Boasting a number of reported and large settlement cases to their name, our experienced Commercial Litigation lawyers are determined in their defence of our client’s business interests. We are adept at both initiating and defending claims arising out of all manner of commercial disputes.
Our areas of expertise include but are not limited to:
- Contractual Disputes
- Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
- Reputational & Privacy Disputes
- Claims Against Professionals
- Debt Recovery
- Intellectual Property Disputes
We acknowledge that it is not always easy to determine what category your dispute falls into, please contact our Commercial Dispute Resolution team to find out how we can help.
If you are concerned about the cost of undertaking litigation we can provide expert advice about an array of funding options.
Our Commercial Litigation Team
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Chloe Harrison, of Harrison Drury’s Healthcare Sector team, looks at a recent case in which two NHS trusts contested a county council decision to award a nursing services contract to…
Using winding-up petitions to recover debts
James Robbins, senior associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s insolvency and business recovery team, looks at instances where it might be useful to consider a winding-up petition to recover a debt.…
What should you do if you’re affected by Carillion’s insolvency?
Construction firm, Carillion PLC, announced this week that it and its five sister companies had been placed into compulsory liquidation. Harrison Drury’s construction and insolvency teams look at what this…
Tigers v Sharks: What does the Denny Solomona case say about sporting contracts?
Matthew Astley, of the sports law team at Harrison Drury solicitors, looks at the case of Denny Solomona and the lessons for rugby clubs seeking to attract talent from other…
Can I recover the legal cost of chasing bad debt?
Harrison Drury’s Jack Stephenson explains how companies can use terms and conditions to protect themselves and increase the chances of recovering the cost of chasing bad debt. Unfortunately, bad debts…