We want to help you avoid problems, so it’s best to get us involved early. But if you’re already engaged in a dispute, we are effective problem solvers. We’ll deploy strategic thinking and an innovative approach to resolve your problem as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
Court proceedings are seldom attractive, but if they’re necessary, our team is expert and highly rated – representing our clients in every level of Court, including the Supreme Court. We will understand your business, analyse the issues and create solutions tailored to your commercial aims and needs. Whatever approach is best suited to you, we’ll fight your corner with resourcefulness and determination.
We’ll stand with you and work with you, as a team.
Of course, it’s best to avoid disputes altogether, and we regularly devise strategies to help our clients do just that.
Many of our instructions are international. We frequently join forces with other professionals, and draw on the expertise of other teams in the firm, including Technology, Commercial, Corporate, Real Estate and Private Client. As well as our offices in London and Cambridge, we also offer our ONE international counsel model to resolve your cross-border and multi-jurisdiction disputes.
ONE sources expert, appropriate local counsel across every jurisdiction – all managed by us. This ensures you benefit from consistently high standards of intelligent, scalable global legal support, integrated as ONE service, with ONE primary advisor and ONE point of contact.
We act for UK and international companies, individuals, innovators and entrepreneurs. Our areas of expertise include:
- Shareholder and partnership issues.
- Technology, including cyber.
- Intellectual property.
- Collectors’ car businesses, investors and enthusiasts – more info.
- Professional negligence.
- Financial services and regulatory.
- Health & safety and environmental.
- Trusts and probate.
- Commercial real estate.
As per the SRA pricing transparency regulations, please find further information about our pricing here.