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Commercial disputes are an increasing reality of doing business but can be costly, time-consuming, and damaging.
The dispute resolution process is fraught with challenges. It’s often long and drawn out, and it can be hard to secure the outcomes which deliver genuine commercial value.
You need a team of experienced and pragmatic commercial lawyers on your side to protect and advance your interests in a crisis and to drive the best commercial outcomes.
Crichton & Co offer expert legal advice and representation to help you resolve your dispute quickly and efficiently. Our law firm has a proven track record of acting strategically to achieve results for our clients and their businesses.
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How is a commercial dispute resolved?
A strategic and pragmatic approach to a dispute can enable a resolution to be achieved without the need for complex litigation or formal alternative dispute resolution. This requires quick thinking, clever advice and technical skill.
Commercial mediation is another option that can be used to avoid the trial process or may be mandated by the Court. This can often lead to a faster and more cost-effective resolution.
Another option is arbitration, which involves binding decision-making by the arbitrator. Arbitration can be used when the parties involved in the dispute are unable to come to an agreement through mediation.
Commercial litigation should always be seen as a last resort, as it can be costly and time-consuming. However, if all other options have been exhausted, it may be necessary to take the matter to court.
By understanding all of the options available, business owners and individuals can resolve commercial disputes in a way that is best for them.
How can CRICHTON & CO help?
Crichton & Co has a wealth of experience in commercial litigation, from shareholder contractual rights, contractual disputes to class actions and insurance disputes.
Our team of commercial litigation lawyers have a diverse range of experience and a wealth of knowledge to handle the most complex litigation cases and the most challenging of disputes across a broad range of business sectors.
If you’re looking for professional and tenacious litigators to get you the outcome you deserve, look no further than the team at Crichton & Co.
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Commercial Litigation FAQ
Commercial disputes can arise in a number of different contexts, but they all involve some type of disagreement between two or more individuals or businesses.
Commercial litigation is the process of resolving these disputes through the legal system. The first step in commercial litigation is usually to try and reach an agreement through negotiation or mediation. If these methods fail, the next step is to file a lawsuit.
Commercial litigation can be complex and time-consuming, so it’s important to have an experienced litigator on your side. But with the right help, you can resolve your dispute quickly and move on with your business.
Commercial lawyers, that specialise in litigation, have particular expertise in handling disputes and can provide you with the legal guidance and insight you need. They can also help you navigate the court system and ensure that your rights are protected.
They will also work tirelessly to get you the best possible outcome in your case. When you are involved in a commercial dispute, don’t hesitate to contact an expert commercial litigation lawyer like Crichton & Co to discuss your options.
Litigation lawyers handle a wide range of cases, from small disputes to complex appeals and across a range of subject matters. They may represent clients in court, act as mediators between parties, or draft legal documents.
Litigation lawyers must be able to think quickly and speak confidently to persuade a judge or jury. They must also be able to understand and explain complicated legal concepts. Litigation lawyers typically specialise in a particular area of law, such as commercial law, insurance law or personal injury law. Some lawyers also choose to focus on a specific type of litigation, such as class action lawsuits or product liability cases.
Litigation is the process of taking a legal dispute through the court system, while arbitration is an alternative to litigation in which the parties to a dispute agree to have their case heard and decided by an arbitrator.
Litigation lawyers handle all aspects of a case, from filing the initial complaint through trial and appeal. Arbitration lawyers may represent their clients in arbitration proceedings, but they also often help their clients negotiate the terms of their arbitration agreement.
Litigation is generally more expensive and time-consuming than arbitration, but it offers the opportunity for a fuller and fairer hearing that works towards a dispute resolution.
Arbitration, on the other hand, is generally faster and less expensive than litigation, but it may be less rigorous in its protections for the rights of the parties.