Disputes and litigation

Dealing with litigation and disputes, irrespective of their size, can be daunting and stressful. Not knowing how things might pan out or where to go to resolve the matter can compound matters further, leaving you feeling helpless.

Our experienced lawyers can help.

Our  team regularly handle a variety of disputes – large and small. They can provide specialist advice on how to resolve your issue quickly and cost-effectively.

Examples of litigation matters include:

  • Issues between you and your landlord
  • Boundary and property disagreements
  • Conflicts with retailers, suppliers or service providers
  • Problems with contracts (employment and consumers)
  • Where you are having problems regarding debts repaid

To talk to one of the team, please call us on 01787 277375 or use the online form.

RSS Latest business news

  • Bank of England policymaker warns of rising economic risks and job losses - as it happened
    Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as MPC member Gertjan Vlieghe says UK may need more stimulus to fight Covid-19 crisisLatest: BoE’s Gertjan Vlieghe sees downside risks risingVlieghe: Risk of large job losses as furlough scheme ends Introduction: Can Pelosi and Mnuchin reach a deal today?Wall Street fell last night as optimism […]
    Graeme Wearden
  • Former tree of the year felled in Warwickshire to make way for HS2
    Locals say loss of 250-year-old pear tree in Cubbington is ‘absolutely devastating’Residents have spoken of their “utter devastation” after a 250-year-old pear tree in Warwickshire, a famous local landmark and England’s tree of the year in 2015, was felled to make way for the HS2 rail line.The tree, thought to be the second-oldest wild pear […]
    Jessica Murray
  • US justice department expected to sue Google over accusation of illegal monopoly
    Lawsuit will accuse tech company of abusing its position to dominate search and search advertisingThe US justice department filed a lawsuit against Google on Tuesday, accusing the tech company of abusing its position to maintain an illegal monopoly over search and search advertising.“Two decades ago, Google became the darling of Silicon Valley as a scrappy […]
    Dominic Rushe in New York and Kari Paul in San Francisco
  • A decade in the building, Madrid's showpiece hotel has everything ... except guests
    Spain’s tourist sector – including the new Four Seasons hotel – is bearing the brunt of Covid, with the capital’s occupancy rates at 15%Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageMadrid’s first new grand hotel in almost half a century has more than enough to recommend it to even the most discerning and demanding of […]
    Sam Jones in Madrid and Stephen Burgen in Barcelona
  • Chocolate industry slammed for failure to crack down on child labour
    Children as young as five still exposed to hazardous work in countries including Ghana and Ivory Coast, report revealsNearly 20 years after the world’s major chocolate manufacturers pledged to abolish employment abuses, hazardous child labour remains rife in their supply chains, a new study finds. Research from the University of Chicago finds that more than […]
    Oliver Balch
  • Boots accused of harming social distancing by roping off HQ toilets
    Employees at Nottingham head office say they were barred from toilets newly reserved for executivesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoots roped off office toilets for executives during the pandemic, making it harder for ordinary employees to practise social distancing, the Guardian has learned.The pharmacy firm was criticised last week for “encouraging” staff to […]
    Rob Davies