Corporate and commercial

Whether you are a large corporate, an international organisation, a local SME or a family-run business, we can help you in all types of commercial or corporate disputes. We tailor our flexible, partner-led teams to your business, ensuring you have expert support at the level you need.

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Resolving your disputes

Our experienced team invests time in getting to know your organisation – assessing your risks, evaluating the best outcome and developing a strategy aligned to your business objectives.

Protecting your brand and professional relationships is a key priority. Aware that court proceedings cost you time and resources and can jeopardise your reputation, we offer expertise in mediation, pre-action work, settlement negotiations and arbitration. At each stage, we deliver commercially focused solutions to minimise disruption to your business.

However, if your dispute does proceed, we have an excellent track record in achieving success in Court and adopt a robust, rigorous approach to help you attain your goals.


Our expertise in this area encompasses:

The lawyers met and managed what were, at times, very short deadlines and I was very impressed.

Chambers and Partners 2017


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