Disputes all too frequently arise in business and can become a major drain on management time and resources unless handled quickly and efficiently. Our Litigation Team, headed by experienced partners, has a depth of experience that can be applied to your advantage. They will take a pragmatic and robust approach in protecting your interests and will work with you to achieve the best possible outcome, in line with your commercial objectives.
Disputes can range from breach of contract and sale of goods disagreements to major issues involving construction, engineering and property. Many cases involve problems that are internal to an organisation, such as partnership and shareholder disputes. We also have particular experience in insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings.
MLC successfully handle disputes of all sizes but are especially known for high value and complex high court disputes often involving expert evidence on the issue of loss and damage , or the valuation of a business.
We have a special interest in property based disputes and have considerable experience in complex property disputes acting on behalf of property owners, developers, portfolio manger and lenders.
Our team provides sensible, practical solutions and sound advice based on a wealth of experience. We identify strategies to save time and costs at the outset including Mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Our team is based out of our Wanstead office but act in disputes throughout London, Ilford, Redbridge, Essex and Hertfordshire, and Nationally and sometimes internationally, involving areas such as:
- Building disputes
- Corporate/partnership disputes
- Commercial injunctions
- Debt recovery
- Loans, securities and guarantees
- Disputes with customers
- Fiduciary duty claims
- Insurance disputes
- Landlord and tenant disputes
- Professional negligence
- Land Registry cases
- Town & country planning disputes
- Warranty claims
- Repairs to buildings / developments
- Trespass to land and title disputes
- Rights of way and adverse possession
- Business interruption / loss of profits