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Commercial Dispute Resolution

If you are facing a dispute regarding your business we can help you. We will work with you to understand your desired outcomes, ensuring you are aware of all the options available and ultimately deliver results for you.

Dispute Resolution

Our team are experienced in all types of court action from the High Court and District Registries to the Local County Courts and Tribunals. If a hearing cannot be avoided our experienced advocates can represent you in court.

We understand that costs are always a prime consideration to you and we will discuss costs from the outset. Throughout the lifetime of a dispute we will regularly give you cost updates including estimates of any further expenses and interim bills.

We are able to offer a range of funding options including no win – no fee and fixed fee arrangements and the availability of after the event insurance to protect you from the risk of an adverse costs order.


We Advise On

  • arbitration
  • adjudication
  • expert determination
  • mediation
  • pre-action protocols
  • litigation


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To learn more about how we can help you, please contact us via phone or email to speak to a member of our commercial dispute resolution team. Alternatively, you can complete our contact form to request a call back.

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Coutts Bank, Nigel Farage and Data Protection: What Does My Company Need to Know About Subject Access Requests?

Posted on 21st November 2023 in Intellectual Property, Dispute Resolution

In July 2023 Nigel Farage’s bank accounts were closed by Coutts, a subsidiary of NatWest Banking Group, after an internal risk committee determined that his views on Brexit, LGBTQ+ rights and Net Zero “did not align” with the bank’s “values”.

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Jessica Whittick


Lost in the Digital Skies: easyJet’s Data Breach Highlights Turbulence for the ICO

Posted on 09th November 2023 in Dispute Resolution

This week it was announced that the Information Commissioner’s Office (‘ICO’) has dropped an investigation into a hack affecting nine million easyJet customers because it has said that its “limited resources” are better used elsewhere. The security of personal data has become a paramount concern for organisations and individuals – but what are the implications of a data breach?

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Jessica Whittick


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