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Unless you are extremely lucky, it is likely that at one point or another your business will run into a dispute or disagreement. This could be with a supplier, contractor, customer, landlord or a family member who is also part of the business.

 

Disputes, arguments and issues can be a drain on resources, your time and energy. They really detract from running your business effectively.

 

Many business owners lose sleep over fall-outs and they can be particularly difficult to manage when your hard-earned reputation or family business is at risk. You are likely to want to reach a quick and pain free resolution so that you can move on and re-focus on running your business.

 

Our team of Dispute Resolution Solicitors are proud of their track record of resolving business disputes in a non-confrontational manner by using methods such as Mediation or round table meetings to thrash out the details and come to an agreement without attending court. Equally, if the issue is too complex to sort out or alternative methods don’t suffice, then we will fight your case meticulously in the court room.

 

For more information on how we work or if you have a dispute playing on your mind, please contact Robert Finlayson, Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution on 01256 844888 or email robert.finlayson@lambbrooks.com

"Simon was invaluable in guiding myself and my business through what were complex Court proceedings and was a great support in what was, at times, a stressful and difficult period. I was delighted with the successful outcome of my case."

Paul Sheppard

Key Contacts

Robert Finlayson

Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution

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