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Disputes between business owners and directors can have a devastating impact on your business. We will handle this as efficiently and delicately as possible.

Whether you are a shareholder, a company, a director or a partner with a genuine grievance, or are on the receiving end of a claim, disputes within your business can have a devastating impact.

Actions by minority shareholders has resulted in an enormous amount of litigation. We advise minority shareholders, companies and business owners on these disputes.

When you need urgent action we are quick and decisive. Where more strategic input is required, we will offer you pragmatic thoughtful solutions to avoid a dispute or mitigate risk, with advice that is clear, concise and commercial.

Our dedicated business dispute lawyers provide a range of business disputes services including:

 

Is the dispute worth it?

Would you like a Free Legal Cost Benefit Analysis for your business dispute?

This service is only available for business disputes.

The report is prepared after a limited review of a small number of papers. Its objective is to give you an early assessment of the case so that you can decide whether to deal with it yourself going forward or instruct us on a proper basis so that a detailed assessment with full legal advice can then be provided.

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    Phew !! What a relief to get this matter finally over with. I cannot thank your dispute resolution team enough for all your help. Once again it was a pleasure dealing with you and should we ever have the misfortune to have to use your services, I would be very confident making that choice.

    Sales Director, Glenmore-Hane Group Ltd

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