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Commercial Dispute Resolution

Navigate complex business conflicts with confidence through our expert Commercial Dispute Resolution services, dedicated to swift and effective resolution for your company’s success.

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An Experienced Business Dispute

Our team of lawyers have ample experience of dealing with disputes and litigation both in the UK and abroad and resolving them robustly in early stages by negotiation, litigation arbitration, expert determination, mediation and combination of these and other methods of alternative dispute resolution.

Our Commercial Dispute Lawyers Can Help With:

  • Financial services litigation
  • Contractual disputes
  • Disputes about directors’ fiduciary duties
  • Removal of directors and shareholders
  • Shareholder, partnership, and investors
  • Debt recovery disputes
  • Commercial landlord and tenant disputes
  • Misconduct and negligence claims
  • Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR) and mediation
  • Planning law disputes and enforcement
  • Regulatory and judicial review

Commercial Dispute Solicitors
Offering Various Resolution Types

Corporate, Shareholder & Partnership Disputes

In any company or business, internal and external disputes can damage the business and its reputation, which is why our lawyers bring their legal and commercial experience to assist our clients in instigating or defending claims against the company or business.

An example of the types of disputes we can assist with include the following:

  • Breach of fiduciary duty claims for and against directors and partners
  • Disputes regarding director’s remuneration
  • Breach of shareholder agreements
  • Breach of the partnership agreement
  • Breach of sale and purchase agreements/warranties
  • Unfair prejudice claims for and against minority shareholders
  • Breach of a company’s memorandum and articles
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Insolvency disputes
  • Claims against directors for disqualification
  • Breach of covenant claims against directors or partners
  • Partnership disputes arising from a dissolution
  • Claims under the Companies Act 2006
  • disputes relating to the Partnership Act 1890

Debt Recovery Disputes

We understand that there will be times when there are commercial debt recovery disputes that you will either claim or defend.

We are best placed to represent your business or company in this; that way, we can act as a buffer to you to allow you to maintain the business working relationship with your clients or customers.

The firm but friendly approach of our lawyers will often prompt debtors to settle debts owed to our clients without damaging their business relationships.

Our services include:

  • Advice on developing credit control systems to avoid debt recovery action
  • Pre-litigation process
  • Issuing country court proceedings
  • Enforcement of county court judgments
  • International debt recovery

Commercial Landlord & Tenant Disputes

At Adam Libah Solicitors, we assist our clients in successfully solving disputes involving commercial landlords and tenants in relation to;

  • Possession claims and adverse possession claims
  • Commercial rent arrears recovery
  • Contract break clause disputes
  • Breach of leases and licences
  • Commercial lease renewal notices and Tenant Act 1954
  • Leasehold extensions

We also specialise in the following:

  • Commercial Contract Disputes
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) & Mediation
  • Planning Law Disputes & Enforcement Action

Our Commercial Litigation Lawyer Takes A
Personal Approach

  • Clear and market-leading hourly and fixed-fee legal fees
  • Each of the lawyers has individual hourly rates depending on their level of experience. Hourly rates range from
    £190 to £373 plus VAT.
  • An experienced and multi-disciplinary team of lawyers
  • Our lawyers have a strong reputation for quality
  • Commercial awareness and in-depth industry knowledge
  • Offices and presence in 100 locations, 53 cities and 30 countries
  • Meetings and conferences offered at your business premises

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