Disputes and Litigation

Our Disputes and Litigation Team is recognised for its expertise, depth of resources and practical commercial approach, and can help you find the most effective resolution to your dispute or issue. As well as Court proceedings, we are actively involved in all forms of alternative dispute resolution and have considerable experience of mediation.



Restrictive Covenant Seminar

On Tuesday 24 November 2015, James Wibberley, Barrister, of Guildhall Chambers attended our Exeter office to deliver a joint training seminar alongside Andrew Perkins and Liam Tolen in our Litigation Team.

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Client Information Guide to Part 36 Offers

The Court rules relating to Part 36 Offers have changed with effect from 1 April 2013, as part of the recommendations made by Lord Justice Jackson. This Guide takes into account those changes.

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Guide to Unfair Prejudice Against Shareholders

This Guide explains Unfair Prejudice and Shareholder Disputes under English Law in general terms. The intention of the Guide is not, however, to advise you on whether or not to petition for unfair prejudice (which will depend on the facts of your case). The subject of unfair prejudice is a complex area and no guide can ever set out all the factors relating to a particular case. This Guide is not therefore a substitute for detailed advice on your case. If you would like further explanation of any points in this guide, please contact us.

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Points for Potential Defendants

The greatest potential benefit in defending a claim is of course if you are successful at trial or achieve a satisfactory settlement.

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Can duties of fair dealing and good faith be implied into commercial contracts?

In the recent case of Yam Seng PTE Ltd v International Trade Corporation Limited [2013] EWHC 111 (QBD) it was decided that a duty of good faith could be implied in some, but not all, commercial contracts on the basis of the presumed intentions of the parties and the relevant background against which the contract was made.

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