Litigation and dispute resolution
Our dispute resolution lawyers resolve business and contract disputes for commercial clients from mediation to litigation, to achieve the best possible outcome.
We understand that our clients do not plan to have disputes. When disputes happen, we provide clear, decisive and cost-effective advice to enable our clients to remain focused on achieving their objectives.
Our dispute resolution team is recognised as the leading dispute resolution practice in the South East with a proven track record of high-profile, high-value and complex litigation from leading commercial and public sector clients.
“One of the leading dispute resolution teams in the region.”
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- 10 October 2022
- Litigation and dispute resolution
Increasing the use of mediation in the civil justice system
The headlines are currently dominated by strikes across a range of sectors. We are seeing post workers, refuge workers, barristers and train workers striking across the country.
- 14 September 2022
‘Quiet Quitting’: Time to reset working practices?
The controversial practice of ‘quiet quitting’ in the workplace has recently hit the headlines, but what does it mean, and will it have long-lasting effects?
- 13 September 2022
Coping with bereavement in the workplace
The UK is currently in a period of national mourning following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September. It is due to come to an end on 19 September, when the Queen is laid to rest at a state funeral.
- 12 September 2022
Supporting employees through the cost of living crisis
As many businesses were beginning to return to normality after the COVID-19 pandemic, they are now facing a new challenge in supporting staff through the cost of living crisis.
- 07 September 2022
Settlement agreements: Least burdensome rule
When is senior executive is offered a ‘without prejudice’ severance package through a settlement agreement the primary focus of both parties is usually on the money. What is a reasonable (or sufficiently attractive) sum to pay to the executive in order to quickly resolve whatever destabilising situation has arisen?
“Advice is provided promptly and is very robust.”
Chambers and Partners
“We really appreciated the speed with which our matter was addressed, and with the immediate involvement of a specific subject matter expert. It is apparent that they foster a strong culture of team collaboration. The lead partner was compassionate and realistic, whilst giving us optimism. We always felt well advised.”