Litigation & Dispute Resolution Solicitors

If a dispute has begun to escalate and your attempts to resolve have been left unheeded, you may feel the time has come to address matters head-on.

Our litigation & dispute resolution lawyers are here to help.

Our experienced litigators always start by listening to your needs first and we promise to give you well-considered advice based on our expertise and where possible we will guide you to find a way to resolve the dispute amicably, at an early stage, particularly if we think you could gain from doing so.

We pride ourselves on our cost transparency, making sure you understand all the implications of taking the matter further – financial and otherwise.

The advice we give you is what we would do in your position. We will become a trusted and integral part of your team.

Led by Mark Beesley, we are dedicated to supporting and helping you with knowing and defending your rights in and out of court covering a range of services...

"The essence of our job is to understand and achieve as near to the best commercial scenario for our clients as possible. It is not all about academic law, we need to deliver solutions for our clients’ businesses."

Why choose Shakespeare Martineau?

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We offer bespoke, client-focused and transparent pricing. As an all service law firm our communication is second to none and we will always keep you updated.

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Litigation & Dispute Resolution - If a dispute has begun to escalate and your attempts to resolve have been left unheeded you may feel the time has come to escalate matters.

Our expertise and the way we help you

Litigation refers to proceedings instigated between two opposing parties in order to enforce or defend a legal right. This process is usually settled by agreement between two parties, but may also be heard and decided by a jury or judge in court. Therefore, litigation should always be treated as a last resort and even then, it is not always the best course of action to take.

It may sound strange to hear a law firm telling you this, but that is because we know there is more than one way to settle a dispute and court hearings can be costly.

If you are unlikely to get any financial redress at the end of the process, taking the matter to court could leave you or your business out of pocket. The best solutions are often found if action is taken at an early stage to find an amicable solution that both sides are happy with.

Whether you are hoping to recover losses or otherwise seek redress as an individual, or on behalf of a business, your legal team should guide you to consider all options, based on a clear understanding of timescales and costs. We can help you to get the best possible outcome, in or out of court.

Enlisting the help of resolution solicitors to assist with disputes is vital as all parties will receive expert advice on both how the dispute should progress and how to resolve the dispute in the most appropriate way.

Case Study

Regency Villa

We were successful in the Supreme Court recently, with 4-1 majority on a case that shapes the law on Easements.

Our Upcoming Litigation Events

Charity: Whose art is it anyway?

3 Feb

Andrew Wilkinson, Partner
Charity: Whose art is it anyway?

In this webinar, we will talk through the often tricky legal issues that arise, […]

Does your business interruption insurance cover your losses arising from COVID-19?

1 Jul

Steven Skiba, Legal Director | Tim Speed, Partner
Does your business interruption insurance cover your losses arising from COVID-19?

In this webinar, we explore the aims of the Financial Conduct Authority’s proposed court […]

How charities can manage their legacy income during the coronavirus crisis

5 Jun

Andrew Wilkinson, Partner
How charities can manage their legacy income during the coronavirus crisis

In this webinar, we will look at how to get cash through the door, […]

How can we help?

Our expert lawyers are ready to help you with a wide range of legal services, use the search below or call us on: 0330 024 0333

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