Legal services for business disputes
When you’re facing a legal dispute, it can hit the company’s finances, operations, and even your reputation. For firms without the might of their own legal department, it can be difficult to know what steps to take and who can help.
The Law Superstore lets you compare and connect with commercial solicitors and mediators experienced in delivering business dispute resolutions.
What Business Disputes legal area do you need help with?
Appoint a Mediator
If you are in the midst of any kind of business dispute it may be necessary to appoint a mediator. An experienced mediator will negotiate between the parties involved, getting to the root of the issue and helping to facilitate a settlement where possible.
Commercial Contract Dispute
Commercial contract disputes can take a number of forms. Whether you are a claimant or defendant, appointing a qualified legal service provider to examine the contract, identify issues and offer guidance will improve the likelihood of a satisfactory resolution.
Commercial Debt Claim
Legal experts in commercial debt are equipped to guide you through the process of making or defending a claim. If payment for a service or goods is being withheld, a legal service provider will advise you on pursuing court proceedings and reaching settlements.
Many of the property issues that private landlords face are also applicable to business property owners. A legal expert can help with disputes as well as possession and building claims, whilst also assisting in matters such as the removal of unlawful occupiers.
Financial Product Mis-selling
If you or your business has been mis-sold any financial product or service then it is important to seek legal advice. Losses to your business can be substantial. A legal expert will help you with a claim and/or legal proceedings.
Intellectual Property Dispute
Intellectual property (IP) can be crucial to a business’s success. Unfortunately, taking steps to protect IP doesn’t always deter infringements. A legal expert can help to prevent use of protected IP and pursue claims against those responsible for doing so.
Insurance policy disputes most commonly occur after a claim is made by an insured business, with the wording of the original policy coming under scrutiny. Legal experts specialising in insurance policy disputes are well placed to advise on the merits of any disputed claim.