Unlike some law firms, we don’t turn down clients because they are “too small” and we are committed to resolving our clients’ disputes, no matter now complex they are. Our specialist team has the ability to handle multi-jurisdictional, high value disputes on your behalf.
Small to medium enterprises can rest assured they getting the same high standard of service that larger companies take for granted. Blue chip clients will enjoy our way of working too – as we offer a “big firm” approach to litigation, without the usual inflated costs.
Our approach to Complex Disputes –
- Analytical: we don’t make assumptions, we base our strategies on facts and legal analysis
- Considered and well presented: clear communications throughout the process
- Results-oriented: our strategic advice is always based on achieving the best possible outcome
- Cost-effective: we always persevere for a negotiated outcome to minimise costs for the client and we are experts in negotiation and ADR.
- Expert Advice: We advise financial institutions, debt purchasers and corporates in respect of debt collection, fraud and asset recovery, insolvency, satisfactory quality and title disputes, secured and unsecured recoveries, guarantees, fixed and floating charges and injunctions
We have a strong track record in handling complex disputes
We have a strong track record in handling Complex Disputes
Recent highlights include –
- Performed an advisory role in respect of the litigation risks involved in the purchase by a client of a vehicle finance book worth £130M. The role encompassed analysing over 50,000 documents and assessing the prospects of recovery in light of a number of potential defences
- Represented a leading asset financier in respect of a £5 million claim for the return of advance commission and lost profits. Related to a £300M vehicle finance portfolio
- Acted for BOS/Lex Retail on recoveries of various portfolios as part of a £15 million instruction
- Litigation for numerous insolvency practitioners pursuing directors and companies for directors’ loan account shortfalls, constructive trusts, fraud and asset recovery
- Various contract / negligence actions on behalf of companies and institutions including a recent £1.5M professional negligence action against a PLC surveyor