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Commercial Litigation and Disputes

Taking the right course of action to protect your interests at all stages of commercial litigation requires the very best advice at the most appropriate time.

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Disputes occur in the business world. Whether it be making a claim against another party or finding yourself on the receiving end of a claim, the process can be difficult, time-consuming and stressful. It is, therefore, important to assess the right course of action and determine the precise response at all stages.

Securing the right outcome can be critical for a business’ reputation and even its longevity. While no one enters into business intending to conduct litigation, there can be occasions where using the civil law is the best or only way to protect your or your business’ interests. That is why the right advice on the right issues at the right time is vital. This is what we provide.

At Rahman Ravelli, our commercial litigation team provides clear, expert advice to every type of business; from Blue Chip companies and huge institutions through to sole traders, individual investors and high net worth individuals.

Our specialist litigators have represented clients on a wide range of major contractual and business disputes ranging from:

  • Sale and purchase agreements.
  • IT contracts and projects.
  • Construction and infrastructure projects.
  • Financial services contracts.
  • Investment and asset finance agreements.
  • Economic torts.
  • HMRC issues and tax avoidance schemes.

Whether it is how to proceed before bringing a claim (pre-action considerations), defending a claim or looking to recover what you are entitled to, we have the skills and experience to secure the right result.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

It should always be remembered that commercial litigation does not have to involve bringing proceedings or reacting to them. Nor does it have to lead to a date in court. There are many options available to resolve disputes efficiently and cost-effectively outside of court.

Our litigators are experienced in various types of dispute resolution methods including:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
  • Mediation.
  • Arbitration.
  • Without Prejudice discussions.

These methods can be used on their own or along with an aggressive litigation strategy to achieve the right outcome. When it comes to deciding what is the best course of action for your situation we will carefully explain the options and advise on the best strategy.

The Importance of the Right Strategic Advice

At Rahman Ravelli, we put all our legal and tactical expertise to work for those seeking a just outcome.

Good commercial litigation advice has to relate to each and every aspect of a case (or potential case) and anticipate all possible developments and responses. As we said, we provide this for individuals and the largest corporates; for whom we will often work alongside their general counsel. Each case receives the same high levels of meticulous research, preparation and execution in order to maximise the chances of success.

Rahman Ravelli has unprecedented strategic experience across a depth of fields that other law firms cannot replicate. We put this to work for you.

Specialist Team

Syedur Rahman C 09551 Syedur Rahman
Partner
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Azizur Rahman C 09369 Azizur Rahman
Senior Partner
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Nicola Sharp C 09983 Nicola Sharp
Partner
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Legal Director
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Senior Associate Solicito...
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faye 08580 Faye Summers
Associate Solicitor
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Legal Articles

The Commercial Litigation Process Explained
Litigation in England & Wales follows a set process, with sequential steps. Each case is different and a matter may come to an end at an early stage of the process through a negotiated settlement, or ...

7 min read - Published Mar 2024
Commercial Litigation vs Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Compared
Dispute resolution methods are either binding or facilitative. A binding process results in a decision that the parties must adhere to. A facilitative process is designed to help the parties reach a s...

6 min read - Published Mar 2024
Navigating Share Purchase Agreement (SPA) Disputes - An In-depth Guide
Disputes over share purchase agreements (SPAs) arise after the buyer has bought the business, and found out it is not exactly what they thought. Common scenarios include;

4 min read - Published Mar 2024