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Litigation & dispute resolution lawyers in London & Thames Valley

Our highly experienced litigation and dispute resolution team can help you deal with every commercial dispute.

Disputes can be uncertain, time-consuming, slow-moving, and costs can quickly escalate. Our dispute resolution team will aim to give you a clear idea of where you stand from the start and then try to find the best solution for your particular issues.

We act for claimants and defendants and combine legal expertise with pragmatism to deliver straight-talking advice.

Why choose our dispute resolution lawyers?

  • 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.
  • We aim to give clients a clear idea of where they stand as early as possible. We look for solutions to a dispute.
  • We build trusted relationships with our clients where you can rely on us to be proactive, watch your back, and find a solution that works for you.
  • Our flexible fee structures mean you get exactly the level of service you need with no unwelcome surprises.
  • With independently accredited litigation expertise, our team is top-ranked by leading client guides, Chambers and Partners, and Legal 500 for Litigation Law.
  • Working with a full-service law firm has significant advantages. It allows us to offer our clients a remarkably wide range of services and custom legal solutions tailored to their specific business needs.

By choosing Clarkslegal, you can be assured that you will benefit from a professional and thorough service that closely follows your needs and requirements, ensuring the whole process runs smoothly.

What services do our dispute resolution lawyers offer?

Our specialist dispute resolution lawyers provide expert guidance. Here are a few of the services we offer: 

  • Our services are designed to bring practical solutions to your business and contract disputes, helping you to move forward.
  • We offer comprehensive advice on the legal complexities of terminating a commercial agency agreement, ensuring you are fully informed.
  • We are experienced in drafting comprehensive and effective confidentiality agreementsThese agreements allow our clients to safely disclose and receive confidential information, ensuring their business interests are protected.
  • We regularly advise clients on bringing and defending construction and property disputes.
  • We are experienced in product liability cases and claims relating to the sale and supply of goods and services.

Whatever your dispute, we’ve got what it takes to resolve it. 

One of the leading dispute resolution teams in the region.”

Legal 500

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