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Partnership Disputes

Advising LLPs, Partnerships, Limited Partnerships and individual partners on contentious matters, doesn’t just require legal expertise – it requires an in-depth knowledge of the unique nature of their operating structures and governance arrangements and the experience necessary to devise effective solutions to what are often very sensitive and personal disputes.

We have a highly talented and recognised market leading team of dispute resolution solicitors with a wealth of experience in advising businesses and individuals in a wide range of commercial sectors including legal, financial services, accountancy, management consultancy, surveying, media, architectural and property. 

Our dispute resolution expertise spans compromise through mediation to resolution by litigation and arbitration and we are rightly proud of our reputation for providing exceptional  levels of advice and service in a range of disputes including:

  • team moves
  • duties and obligations
  • remuneration
  • conduct and performance
  • expulsions
  • compulsory and voluntary retirements
  • regulatory
  • internal investigations

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A guide to the litigation process

15 August 2017

If you are involved in a dispute you need to know: what options there are for resolving the dispute; what litigation involves; the steps from the start of proceedings to trial; what parties to proceedings have to do; the fundamentals of court procedure; how to use legal advisers efficiently and cost effectively; and what happens after judgment.

Service of a claim form on an agent - was it valid?

22 June 2017

In a recent case the High Court considered as a preliminary issue whether a claimant had validly served a claim form on what they considered was the agent of the claimant. The rules of service require that the defendant must be served at the place within the jurisdiction where it conducts business, or where it carries on its activities and which has a real connection with the claim. Therefore the question here was whether the agent’s office was a place at which the defendant conducted its business, or where it carried on its activities?

Mediation

14 June 2017

Mediation is a common method of alternative dispute resolution (‘ADR’). It is a consensual process, with any settlement having to be agreed by both parties.

Disclosure: avoiding the pitfalls

22 May 2017

This guide provides you with a general introduction to the obligations of disclosure in Court proceedings. The rules governing disclosure are found in the Civil Procedure Rules Part 31 and the surrounding case law. This guide will highlight the main points you need to know, consider the problems often encountered and offer some practical tips.

Litigation Costs

26 April 2017

This guide provides a general introduction to the recovery of litigation costs from your opponent. It discusses general principles as well as problems that may arise during the course of litigation, providing practical guidance as to how to secure the best recovery.

Preparing to issue proceedings

26 April 2017

This note provides general guidance on the steps to consider prior to embarking on litigation. There are a number of practical considerations that should be taken into account. The civil justice system in England expects parties to take a certain number of steps before issuing proceedings. This guide runs through these matters in outline.

Marathon Asset misses the jackpot again

12 April 2017

After being awarded only £2 in nominal damages in its breach of confidence case, Marathon Asset has been heavily penalised on costs after failing to accept the defendants’ Part 36 offer.

Expert Witnesses

16 March 2017

This guide provides a general introduction to the use of experts in court proceedings. The rules governing expert evidence are found in Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Direction 35, the Court Guides and the Guidance for Instruction of Experts in Civil Claims published by the Civil Justice Council. This guidance will highlight the main points you need to know, consider issues often encountered and offer some practical tips.

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