Contract Dispute Solicitors

Expert Commercial Law have a panel of contract dispute solicitors on hand to assist clients.
Book a consultation

Business conflicts are an inevitable reality that many business owners encounter at certain points in their journey. The spectrum of potential disagreements is extensive and encompasses contractual conflicts with suppliers, internal business disputes, violations of intellectual property rights, and issues concerning commercial properties.

Regardless of the nature of the dispute, its disruptive potential underscores the necessity for prompt and efficient resolution to minimise its repercussions on your business. UK law firms that specialise in contract disputes can provide assistance to companies and individuals involved in these conflicts, helping them to understand their rights and options, and to reach a resolution that is in their best interests.

Remedies to a contract dispute

In the UK, there are several alternative methods of resolving contract disputes that parties can consider before resorting to traditional litigation. These alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods are designed to be more efficient, cost-effective, and flexible than going to court. Here are some commonly used ADR methods for contract disputes:

  1. Mediation: Mediation involves a neutral third party, known as a mediator, facilitating negotiations between the disputing parties. The mediator helps the parties communicate, identify common ground, and explore potential solutions. Unlike a judge, a mediator does not impose a decision but assists the parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution. Mediation can be less adversarial and more collaborative, making it a popular choice for many contract disputes.
  2. Arbitration: Arbitration is a more formal process than mediation, where an arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators acts as a private judge. The parties present their cases and evidence, and the arbitrator(s) render a binding decision. Arbitration can offer a quicker resolution than litigation and is often used when the parties want a more private and specialised procedure.
  3. Negotiation: While negotiation may not be considered a formal ADR process, it is an essential and often initial step in resolving disputes. The parties directly communicate and attempt to reach a compromise without involving third parties. Negotiation can be informal or guided by legal counsel.

It’s important to note that the choice of ADR method depends on the specific circumstances of the dispute, the preferences of the parties involved, and the nature of the contract. ADR methods can provide a more flexible and tailored approach to dispute resolution, often leading to quicker and more amicable resolutions compared to traditional litigation.

Contract dispute solicitors can assist clients by offering advice on ADR methods and discussing which method is the best choice for their case.

Why Choose us?

 

We only connect you with the best contract dispute solicitors

All of the solicitors on our panel have the experience and expertise required to help resolve your contract dispute. Each solicitor is vetted before being allowed onto our panel and we only select the best in the business. All of our solicitor firms are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Cost effective options

Commercial solicitors in the UK typically charge by the hour, with rates ranging from around £150 to £350 per hour. Some panel firms may also offer fixed fee arrangements for specific services. The total cost will depend on the complexity of the work and the amount of time required.

Our solicitors also help with commercial claims, such as breach of contract and CCJ removal.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

Please note, we are not a firm of solicitors; however, we maintain a panel of trusted and regulated legal experts. If you contact us in relation to a commercial law case, we will pass your case onto a panel firm in return for a fee from our panel firms. We will never charge you for passing on your case to a panel firm. 

Consent

Contact us today
close slider