Commercial dispute resolution
Access to experienced commercial litigation solicitors is a standard requirement for most businesses, but you need to be sure that the law firm you employ is as capable of understanding your core business as it is representing you in commercial disputes. At IBB Solicitors, we see ourselves as both your legal and business partner and work with you to ensure that litigation doesn’t become an unwelcome distraction from your daily operations.
Commercial dispute resolution services you can trust
Our specialist Commercial Dispute Resolution team is experienced in dealing with complex commercial litigation disputes and is rated by Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 — both respected and completely independent guides to the legal profession — as one of the very best in the region.
Our aim is to facilitate an early resolution to disputes. Where appropriate, we encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes, making it more affordable and less time consuming to reach a positive outcome. Our team of commercial litigation solicitors includes ADR group accredited mediators, who bring an exceptional range of skills and experience to the negotiation table.
From IT and e-commerce to franchising and banking
Because disputes can be complex, we ensure that a partner manages each case on an individual basis. Our Commercial Dispute Resolution team draws from a broad spectrum of skills including dealing with:
- Commercial contract, shareholder, partnership and boardroom disputes
- Insurance, banking and re-insurance litigation
- E-commerce and IT disputes
- Professional negligence
- Insolvency and bankruptcy
- Cross-border sale of goods and debt recovery
- Commercial fraud
- EC and competition law
- Intellectual property
- Commercial debt recovery
- Injunctive relief
If your business is facing the challenge of a commercial dispute or litigation, we can help. Call us today on 01895 207954 or email us.
This information was sourced from the IBB Solicitors website.
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