Dispute Resolution

Practice Area

Our Dispute Resolution team provides robust, efficient and commercially astute advice to our clients on a wide range of contentious matters including shareholder disputes, arbitration, contentious employment, administrative and general civil litigation.

We act for insurance companies, statutory bodies, corporate and fiduciary services providers, BVI businesses and Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals through every stage of a dispute – from assessing their position to formulating legal strategy and tactics, discovery, court or other arbitral proceedings, and, where strategically advantageous, settlement.

We pride ourselves on an integrated approach. Our Dispute Resolution team frequently collaborates with our industry leading lawyers in our real estate, corporate and commercial and private wealth teams in formulating holistic, forward looking and innovative solutions to our clients’ most challenging problems.

We regularly forge cross-jurisdictional partnerships and instruct some of the most experienced senior counsel, whenever the need arises, to ensure our clients always have the very best team in their corner.

Our goal at every stage of the process is to help our clients resolve disputes as quickly and effectively as possible with minimal disruption to their businesses and the least commercial and reputational risk.

We specialise in the following areas:

  • Arbitration & Mediation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Defamation
  • Employment & Industrial Relations
  • Company Restorations
  • Marine & Aviation Litigation
  • Professional Negligence
  • Administrative Law
  • Contentious Regulatory
  • Insurance & Personal Injury
  • Trust & Estate Disputes
  • General Litigation Advisory

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