When your business is faced with having to make a legal claim against another party, or defending a claim, your choice of solicitor and the legal advice and representation you receive will be the determining factor in whether your dispute is settled favourably, quickly and cost-effectively.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors’ team of litigators advise and represent business owners and managers across the country on a wide range of commercial disputes. Our commercial clients include a consumer goods manufacturer whose brand is sold and recognised internationally, manufacturers and large franchisors, through to local family-run businesses.
Our dispute resolution lawyers are experienced in successfully representing clients in relation to disputes concerning:
- Commercial property
- Contracts and agreements
- Debt recovery
- Director/shareholder matters
- Franchise agreements
- Intellectual property
- Partnership matters
- Professional negligence
- Wrongful interference with good claims
- Economic torts claims
Call Holmes & Hills today on 01376 320456 (Essex) or 01787 275275 (Suffolk) and speak with one of our litigation solicitors.
The first step to resolving your commercial dispute
Our team of litigators are experienced in successfully representing clients in relation to highly complex commercial disputes and in cases that proceed to the High Court and Court of Appeal.
When advising you on a commercial dispute, our aim is to protect your commercial interests and successfully resolve your dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible in your favour. We achieve this through delivering strategic advice on how the claim (or defence) should be managed, and implementing this strategy to its full effect.
- Reinstated a dissolved company to the register and (much to the client’s delight) brought a successful claim against its former accountant who had misappropriated funds from that company’s account prior to overseeing its dissolution.
- Acting for a property developer involved in a boundary dispute, using a novel approach to force the other party into a corner, whereby either the credibility of their expert witness would be undermined or they would have to agree to something that would enable the developer to both sell its property on free from any dispute and also to retain significant bargaining power with the other party in the future. In this instance the credibility of the other party’s expert was undermined, following which they settled immediately.