Settling a dispute using the law

Commercial entities can quite frequently find themselves in disputes with others, be it competitors, other businesses with whom a commercial relationship is continuing, their customers or a client. Sometimes the disputes are between the individuals who own and run the business. We appreciate that every case has its own particular features and quite often the legal position is much more of a background against which practical commercial realties need to be considered and an effective strategy formulated.
Some examples of the types of disputes we commonly act in are as follows:

  1. Commercial Property disputes;
  2. Contractual disputes;
  3. Agency and distribution agreement disputes;
  4. Debt recovery (uncontested and contested);
  5. Director & Shareholder disputes;
  6. Employment disputes – including restrictive covenant disputes;
  7. Insolvency;
  8. Professional Negligence claims;
  9. Property damage claims;
  10. Partnership disputes; and
  11. Sale of Goods & Supply of Services disputes.