Dispute resolution and debt recovery
Most businesses will encounter problems with customers, suppliers, contractors and creditors from time to time. These relationships are regulated by contracts, either created by the parties involved or implied by law.
Finding a commercial resolution to a dispute can be time consuming and disruptive to your business. Taking legal advice on your position at the outset will help to prevent problems from escalating unnecessarily, and save you money.
At Myers & Co Solicitors, our dispute resolution solicitors will cut through the legal jargon and give you pragmatic, timely solutions specific to your business. We have commercial, litigation and debt recovery specialists in our team, and we work together to give you an integrated approach to resolve your business dispute.
Not all disputes need to end up in court. We have a high rate of success in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation, arbitration and adjudication. These routes help you avoid costly court proceedings and can help you maintain ongoing working relationships while finding a solution to your dispute.
We work with local, national and international businesses, professionals, companies, insolvency practitioners and private individuals.
Our dispute resolution experts can advise on:
- commercial contract disputes
- commercial property disputes
- construction and engineering disputes
- debt recovery
- director and shareholder disputes
- intellectual property disputes
- landlord and tenant disputes
- partnership disputes
- commercial professional negligence
- restrictive covenants.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist lawyers have helped a wide range of businesses resolve commercial disputes. For further advice contact us on 01782 577000.
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