Eversheds study reveals increase in the number of large commercial disputes
A new study from Eversheds has revealed a significant increase in the number of large commercial disputes and, despite the fact that large corporates do not want to resort to litigation, the majority of conflicts are being resolved in court. According to the findings, whether a company wins or loses in court is determined by the calibre of the professionals involved in the case.
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