Litigation and Dispute Resolution
All businesses, regardless of their size or sector will at some stage find themselves involved in disputes with suppliers, customers, trading partners or professional advisers.
Our Litigation and Dispute Resolution team has over 25 qualified legal advisors with the strength and depth of experience necessary to deal with a variety of complex disputes be they local, national or international.
We understand that clients need lawyers with a progressive approach to client service, finding commercial solutions and billing. Our approach is as commercial as it is legal, looking to balance the potential recoveries against the costs and risks involved in pursuing or defending a claim.
Our aim is to resolve the dispute as quickly and cost effectively as possible. We will assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case and prepare a strategy based on a realistic budget. We offer city expertise without the city prices and we can call on specialists from across the firm whose skills match your needs.
We are experts in all forms of alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration, mediation and expert determination.
Our approach will be tailored to you. We may need to fight on your behalf through the Courts or assist you with negotiations. Sometimes both approaches are needed to achieve the best outcome for you.
We are ready to help you. Please explore our specialist service areas or contact a member of our team today.
Chambers & Partners 2016
“These practitioners provide quality advice and technical knowledge, and their attention to detail is brilliant.”
“The team is reactive to our needs, and supplies the specialised service we need in a cost-effective manner.”
Elizabeth Beatty leads the Worcester team in a full range of commercial cases, such as director and shareholder disputes, issues of misrepresentation and commercial contracts.
Firm-wide litigation head Richard Morgan has experience in a wide range of commercial and property disputes. He regularly represents commercial clients in the manufacturing, security and defence, and construction sectors.