BUSINESS DISPUTES: WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?
First things first. We know that business disputes cause anxiety. If you’ve realised that you need legal advice about a business dispute, you’ll be hoping to have your mind set at ease quickly. So one of our solicitors will take your call straight away wherever possible, or call you back on the same day. Or answer your email on the same day if you prefer. We do not believe in making you wait for an appointment when we can give you an immediate initial steer in the right direction. It’s all part of addressing business disputes promptly.
Give us a call now if you’re convinced. Or read on for some more guidance.
Owed money? Has someone breached their contract? Or is there some other kind of serious problem?
Litigation is not necessarily about heading for court with all guns blazing. Often it is all about weighing up the best way to resolve a dispute. You’ll want to know how long it will take, what your chances are, and how much it will cost. We can answer these questions for you by taking careful stock of your story and your opponent’s side. Whatever the best approach may be – it could be immediate court action, a threat to go down that route, or a round table discussion before everything gets out of hand – we can help guide you towards it.
I’m the one being threatened…
Not a problem. The principles work both ways. We can help determine whether the threat is flawed or if the proposed course of action is against your interests. If the threat is sound, we can work out how best to manage it.
What kind of disputes do you deal with?
Breach of contract and negligence claims, shareholder disputes, enforcing and defending restraint clauses, money claims of all sizes, and anything else that might broadly be defined as a commercial and business dispute.
Your specialist: David Cooper.
Ready to find out more?
Give us a call on 0121 325 5402 drop us an email on email@example.com or fill in our quick enquiry form below now for a prompt free initial view from one of our expert employment solicitors