Whitehead Monckton’s core dispute resolution team is notable for its breadth of expertise. Within the team, we handle the entire range of commercial disputes, including highly technical engineering and construction claims, property disputes, intellectual property, shareholder disputes, D&O and professional negligence. It is also notable for its geographical reach, for example, we work for clients based all over the country and frequently handle litigation outside the UK, with active cases currently in France and Germany.
We can advise you on all types of business dispute, including:
Our emphasis is on providing a commercial approach to business disputes. Any dispute will cause problems for business and may be disruptive. We will seek an early solution, but where this is not possible will pursue a case with vigour. We favour Alternative Dispute Resolution, and provide the full range of commercial mediation services, from the representation of clients to the appointment of an Accredited Mediator.
For further information on dispute resolution please do not hesitate to contact Chris Longden directly or for more general enquiries please contact us today.
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