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Commercial Dispute Resolution

Commercial Dispute Resolution Solicitors

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Chun Wong
Claire Kitchen
Claire Kitchen
Michael Kilbane
Michael Kilbane
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If you’re struggling with a commercial dispute, we can help. As well as providing you with effective legal advice in your situation, we also support you to find the best way to resolve your commercial dispute. This may be through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or ultimately by going to court if necessary.

Commercial dispute resolution is a tricky and time-consuming process. It refers to the resolution of a business dispute between two or more parties. 

Most dispute resolution cases will arise as a result of contracts that have not been fulfilled, breaches in fiduciary rules or professional negligence claims. Our expert dispute resolution solicitors regularly have to advise on urgent matters such as injunctions. We act for both individuals and businesses. 

Why choose Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors?

Our dispute resolution solicitors have a wide range of experience in a variety of sectors and industries. They work closely with you to make sure your business gets the outcome you are looking for.

We will tailor our services to what is most beneficial for you and your business. Whether you are defending or pursuing a claim for a breach of contract, or need advice about specific clauses in a contract, our team of solicitors are there to assist and advise you.

Due to our team’s experience in commercial disputes, they are also able to assist in the drafting and preparation of new contracts and agreements. Getting advice at the outset can be incredibly useful in avoiding problems later down the line, saving you the stresses, time and costs of a dispute.

Our dispute resolution team fully understand the level of stress involved in commercial disputes and are committed to providing you with an effective path to resolve this.


Our team will help discuss all the options available to you and guide you through the potential claims that may arise. 

As commercial dispute resolutions solicitors, we help clients resolve their issues before they become complex and costly. We give prompt advice in a wide range of commercial disputes, no matter what your situation may be. Due to the nature of the work, if you are looking to recover damages of less than £10,000, we may not be able to assist as it may not be in your interests to do so.

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Types of commercial dispute

There are many different types of commercial disputes that you may encounter. Some of the most common include:

  • Consumer disputes
  • Disputes over business contracts
  • Employment contracts
  • Disputes over contracts for the sale of land
  • Finance contracts
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What documents need to be disclosed in commercial disputes?

Documents that need to be disclosed in commercial disputes can include not only letters and emails, but potentially any recordable information, such as videos, voice recordings and even metadata from electronic databases.

People unaccustomed to court proceedings are often surprised to learn that in commercial litigation in the English and Welsh courts, there is a requirement to disclose all material documents which are relevant to a dispute.

The requirement is not only to provide documents which support your case, but also those that are damaging to it.

There are some exceptions to this. For example, if a document has protection known as “privilege”, which includes much of the correspondence between lawyers and clients provided for legal advice, or correspondence with a third party where litigation is reasonably in prospect. If a document is privileged, it can legitimately be withheld.

Find out more about how we can help with commercial dispute resolution for you and your business. Get in touch with our dispute resolution solicitors today.

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