Litigation and dispute resolution
Mills & Reeve has one of the largest litigation teams in the country, with 65 partners and 187 other lawyers dedicated to this area of law. They have helped clients all over the world resolve disputes, whether through arbitration, adjudication or the courts.
The team includes several lawyers who are registered or accredited mediators, and all the litigators are trained in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), so they will be able to help your with your dispute whether or not you’re prepared to go to court.
Mills & Reeve also has a large international network, with 140 leading independent law firms in 160 jurisdictions, operating in 300 cities across the world, giving them more international reach than firms that have satellite offices in different countries and areas.
Mills & Reeve is recognised as a leader in areas including commercial litigation, health, insurance, reinsurance, procurement, regulatory, public law, insolvency, property, pension lawsuits, IT, intellectual property, employment litigation and tax litigation.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Successfully defending breach of warranty and fraud claims, including multi-million pound cases
- Working with joint venture companies in defending claims
- Successfully resisting injunctions
- Representing clients in other jurisdictions, including at trial
- Investigating conspiracies to defraud.
Clients include Interserve plc, Ryder Corporation, SCA Recycling Limited, Avery Berkel/Avery Weigh-Tronix, Centrica plc, Virgin Care, Subaru (UK) Limited, Xaar plc, Signature Systems Group Europe Limited and Elster Group GmbH.
‘Market sources describe the team as “a force to be reckoned with” and commend its “remarkably thorough” handling of complex commercial disputes.’ — Chambers UK
‘Sources say the team “deals with matters in a professional, proactive and proper manner” and “gets to the heart of the issues quickly and fights its client’s position well”.’ — Chambers UK
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