We deal in contractual, shareholder, director, partnership and construction disputes as well as defamation, insolvency and injunctions.
We are experts on interim, final, prohibitory, mandatory, quia timet and springboard injunctions, and those in support of arbitration proceedings.
We advise on the tests to determine insolvency, such as the cash flow test and the balance sheet test, and on compulsory liquidation.
We are experts on defamation and privacy law, including slander and libel, and have successfully taken cases to the High Court.
We have both brought and defended professional negligence claims for clients such as solicitors, surveyors, valuers and other professionals.
We act in relation to outsourcing disputes, IT disputes, commercial lease agreements and disputes over the supply of goods and services.
We advise on disputes arising from a written partnership contract, or where there is none and the 1890 Partnership Act applies.
When boardroom and shareholder disputes arise, we can advise on the legal rights of all parties and the available remedies.
The Companies Act 2006 states that a director must fulfil seven general duties including exercising independent judgement.
We have experience with the Construction Act 1996 and the right for parties to a construction contract to defer disputes to adjudication.