DISPUTE RESOLUTION / LITIGATION
Every business can be affected by contractual disputes from time to time, but it’s essential to take speedy action to prevent the situation from escalating. Our legal experts can help with all types of contractual disputes to bring a swift resolution and prevent the relationship from being damaged.
Our lawyers adopt a commercial viewpoint in all cases, and focus on helping you achieve an amicable agreement that’s acceptable to all parties. Some of the most common types of contractual disputes include unpaid invoices, franchising rights, manufacturing contracts, sales agreements and terms and conditions. Where mediation is not successful, we can support you with taking contractual disputes to court.
For more information about our litigation services please call us on +44 (0)20 3475 6751 or email email@example.com
More information about Contractual Disputes
Are you struggling with contractual disputes? Our legal team can help with alternative dispute resolution and litigation to resolve any contract issues you may have.
When you agree a contract with another party, they should stick to the terms which are set out. If they fail to meet their obligations or breach the contract in any other way, this can lead to contractual disputes.
There are many types of contractual disputes but wherever possible, mediation and resolution are advisable. Our legal team can assist with negotiations to resolve contractual disputes to the satisfaction of all parties involved.
Types of disputes
The term contractual dispute is broad and can cover a wide range of problems which may be relatively minor, or very significant. We can help with all types of contractual disputes, regardless of size.
Some of the types of contractual disputes we’ve dealt with include:
- Intellectual property disputes
- Cross border disputes
- Property disputes
- Sales/supply of goods/services
- Franchise agreements
- Warranty claims
- Indemnity claims
- Retention of title clauses
- Misrepresentation claims
- Business law disputes
- Professional negligence claims
- Limitation and exclusion clauses
In addition to material breaches which have occurred, we can also assist with anticipatory contractual disputes. This is where one party communicates the intent to breach one or more of their contractual obligations.
Wherever possible, dispute resolution is preferable as it provides a quicker outcome for all parties. However, in those cases where negotiation does not succeed, there are a range of other remedies which can be considered. These include:
- Performance court order
We will always attempt to resolve the matter using alternative dispute resolution methods first. However, we understand the importance of protecting your reputation and of practical concerns you may have. This is why there is never a “one size fits all” solution to contractual disputes. We believe that a tailored solution which is specific to your individual circumstances provides the best possible outcome.
If you’d like to know more about the dispute resolution process or litigation, get in touch with us today.
YOUR LITIGATION TEAM
Acting for a high street food retailer in claims relating to theft and misuse of confidential information
Acting on behalf of housing Association Tenants in a class action against a well known UK Housing Association
WHY CARTER BOND
Unlike many law firms when we say partner or barrister led, we mean partner or barrister led. When clients work with us, they get constant access to the lead on their instruction. Yes, we have a team of solicitors and juniors for some of the groundwork and necessary research required by our clients, but this is when it makes financial sense to the client for us to do this. We provide constant contact at no extra cost as part of our service as most of our lawyers have their own business, so they know first-hand how important having a proactive, responsible and trusted partner on their side can be. And also how to work to a financial budget, and the way that legal decisions impact the wider organisation, which often requires balancing risks and competing interests.
Many ask us ‘what’s different about you?’ and we like to reply, ‘because we go the extra mile’. We see our work as building and maintaining good business relationships rather than just earning fees. How we do this is by keeping in constant contact with our clients and intermediaries. From pre to post instruction we ensure that our clients are informed of all legal issues that may impact their business and therefore lives. That is why we provide daily or weekly updates to ALL of our clients whether there is anything to tell them or not (we don’t charge for this we just see it as part of our service). We like our clients to rest peacefully knowing that when we are instructed, and we say ‘we will take it from here’ they know we mean it.
City quality, outer City fees
The world is changing, and many individuals are realising that lifestyle is as vital to them as is income. We are the lucky ones who can hand pick lawyers who can provide the best quality advice but at outer city costs. Our offices are in North West London which may not be the most salubrious in the market but at the same time this allows us to charge our clients for what they pay for, our advice NOT our office space.
ALL our lawyers have previously worked in large city-based law firms and continue to practise and offer the same high level service they provided to clients in the City but without the pressure and demands often dictated by City law firm. This allows us to be competitive on our fees without compromising our service.
All in all, our clients win, which is the way we like it.
Our knowledge and resources are yours
All our clients benefit from the same high level of care and attention whether the instruction is big or small. At the outset of each matter, we discuss the entire process with our clients, including the costs, potential outcomes and issues associated. This is to ensure clients are fully aware, knowledgeable and are in control always. Supporting and ensuring we provide the highest level of services, we offer our constant contact process with the partner or barrister leading your file, a document log in for matters which are for larger and more complicated instructions and on-going support post transaction should our clients require it. Our aim is not just to get the work done, but to make our clients’ lives easier as we do it, which is why we ensure that our clients have regular access to the resources they need from us.
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A contract is a promise or an agreement between two or more parties that is legally binding. A contract does not have to be a written document. A contract can be a verbal contract, whereby two individuals agreed to a specific thing or it can be ‘implied’....