Dispute Resolution & Litigation
An expert approach with flexible pricing structures means that Emms Gilmore Liberson can offer you the best possible litigation and dispute resolution advice for you or your business. The firm draws on a significant wealth of experience in Birmingham and beyond. We understand our clients’ needs and provide swift and robust legal advice when it matters.
We pride ourselves in providing complex litigation advice based on strong commercial, tactical and pragmatic solutions. The team is now recognised in Legal 500 in its ability to “respond quickly and with enthusiasm”.
Disputes of any nature in business or indeed, for the individual result in uncertainty and it is, with this in mind, that our litigation team approach any dispute with a view to early resolution even before we have even been instructed. This is because, at the initial stage, we will provide you with an analysis of your matter and a strategic commercial approach at no cost. Once we have discussed the options with you, we will agree an efficient and cost effective way of dealing with your dispute and achieving the best possible outcome for you or your business. The team recognise that litigation advice is a distressed purchase for our clients. We always, therefore, provide strong and robust legal and commercial advice to ensure that the dispute has as little impact as possible on our clients and their businesses. The practice has a wealth of experience in both the domestic and international markets and advise individuals to PLC’s.
Our Business and Dispute Resolution solicitors are known for their sector knowledge and experience including:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution including arbitration and mediation
- Contractual and commercial disputes
- Corporate litigation including shareholder disputes and warranty claims
- Claims within the banking and financial services sectors
- Debt recovery – we can provide you with bespoke debt recovery systems, tailored to your specific needs at competitive rates
- Engineering/manufacturing disputes (with particular emphasis on matters arising in the Technology and Construction Court)
- Injunctive work (freezing orders, search and seizure orders, orders for delivery up and continuation of supply orders)
- Professional negligence claims
- Partnership disputes
- Recruitment disputes (including the enforcement of restrictive covenants and bespoke debt recovery services)
- Sales of goods and supply of services disputes