Business disputes

Dispute resolution – check your contract before rushing to a solicitor

by Wright Hassall July 24, 2014 Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Well drafted contracts usually contain a clause setting out how the parties should deal with disputes. These can be complex clauses requiring several hoops to be jumped through before anyone can issue a claim at court.  They are intended to allow the parties to deal with the dispute well before heavy legal costs are incurred. […]

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3 Common Types of Commercial Litigation Cases

by MrMilesYoung February 6, 2014 Commercial Law

(US law/generally) Hopefully you’ll never find yourself in litigation, but sometimes, it’s inevitable. It’s important, then, that you understand a few of the more common types of commercial litigation cases. If you find yourself in a case, chances are that your case falls into one of the three most common categories: Breach of Contract In […]

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