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
- conduct and performance
- compulsory and voluntary retirements
- internal investigations
Mark Lim writes for Accountancy Age: Insolvency of LLPs – liability and risk for partners07 June 2019
In an article for Accountancy Age, Mark Lim outlines what partners need to know in the event of an LLP’s insolvency.
The ‘Dominant Purpose Test’ Applies to Legal Advice Privilege For Now – But Will it Stay That Way?28 May 2019
The aviation regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (“CAA”), has reportedly asked the Court of Appeal for permission to appeal a High Court ruling that the dominant purpose test applies to legal advice privilege. The High Court itself refused permission to appeal, confirming its earlier ruling that if a multi-addressee email is sent internally to non-lawyers for the dominant purpose of seeking commercial views, and an in-house lawyer is copied in – for information or even for legal advice – the email as sent to the non-lawyer is not protected by legal advice privilege unless it (or any response) discloses the nature of the legal advice.
Court of Appeal sets high bar for parties defending fraudulent misrepresentation claims and dismisses attempt to broaden transferred loss principle21 May 2019
The Court of Appeal has confirmed the presumption of inducement in cases of fraudulent misrepresentation will be “very difficult” to rebut and rejected a Claimant’s attempt to recover the loss of its subcontracting sister company via the “transferred loss” principle.
Court of Appeal allows inspection of documents despite the risk of foreign prosecution07 May 2019
The Iranian bank, Bank Mellat, has lost its Court of Appeal bid to withhold customer documents from inspection in the English Courts despite the risk that this may expose the bank to prosecution in Iran.
Contract law update: Recent developments and practical tips03 May 2019
On 2 May 2019, Mark Lim, Sohrab Daneshku and Nigel Enticknap from our commercial dispute resolution practice group hosted a seminar discussing provisions that commonly feature in commercial contracts. Whilst important, these terms may enjoy limited attention during negotiations. We covered recent case law, offered tips on how to interpret key clauses and discussed how to avoid common pitfalls. Below is a summary of some of the key points.
Contract law update: Recent developments and practical tips02 May 2019
We would like to invite you to our next seminar where we will be discussing recent developments in contract law.
Dispute Resolution Update - April 201924 April 2019
Welcome to our April 2019 Dispute Resolution Update which brings you news and our views on law and practice for dispute resolution. We’ve included articles on domestic disputes and international disputes, including summaries of recent cases. We have also included client guides on key aspects of dispute resolution.