Commercial and chancery
Chambers has over 40 barristers able to provide specialist advice and expertise in all matters falling within the wide-ranging ambit of commercial and chancery issues. No5 is able to provide in-depth analysis and advice at all levels. Our counsel are recognised favourably in Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 across all areas within the group.
Our strong and effective litigators together with our more junior members means that we are able to offer strength in depth and have the appropriate counsel to deal with all disputes and issues, no matter what the subject area or value of the claim, from the conduct of complex litigation and advice on tactical issues to the construction of wills and trusts, taxation issues and technology and construction matters, including international disputes. Our counsel also have the technical skills and expertise to undertake advice and drafting in relation to all matters, including companies, LLPs and trusts and wills.
The No5 Chambers counsel have excellent advocacy skills and are expertly equipped to deal with all aspects of court work, mediations, negotiations, adjudications and arbitrations.
Our counsel deal with all property matters and there is no matter that is not within their expertise, including (but not limited to) contracts for the sale of land, conveyancing disputes, mortgages, nuisance, trespass and compensation claims.
All areas of professional negligence are dealt with, for both claimants and defendants, as are all matters relating to company law and corporate and personal insolvency.
We receive instructions from solicitors and other professionals as well as members of public and other bodies and members of the public, via the Public Access rules.
The more senior members of the group have considerable experience and expertise and are regularly recognised personally in Chambers & Partners and Legal 500. .
Our counsel are approachable and user-friendly. Whatever the issue or value of the claim, No5 has experienced and specialist counsel to deal with it.
This material has been sourced from the No5 Chambers website.
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