Business Dispute Solicitors
Nottingham Business Dispute Solicitors
No business owner wants to spend precious time resolving a business dispute. But, if this is not handled in the correct way, it can become a costly process. Disputes between businesses can even result in court proceedings.
Our team of business dispute solicitors work with you to resolve the matter. This will minimise the impact this has on your day-to-day business operations.
Introducing a neutral third party between both sides can help. At Rothers, our team of specialist commercial litigation solicitors can fulfil this role.
We have worked with organisations of all sizes. From small local businesses to large international organisations. Our solicitors have the experience of resolving business disputes.
We take the time to understand the reasons for the dispute, for both parties. Because of this, we can negotiate even the most complex situations.
This ensures the best outcomes for both parties. And, as a result, prevents the business dispute from escalating to court proceedings.
When to use a Business Dispute Solicitor?
A business dispute solicitor will help resolve any disagreements in a corporate setting. Or between different businesses that are in conflict.
The benefit of approaching a business dispute solicitor is that, if successful, it can prevent the need for court proceedings. As a result, it finds a solution that pleases both parties, rather than a solution imposed on one party. So the damage to long-term business relations is less.
A business dispute solicitor will aim to find a solution through negotiation. They take a neutral, independent, third-party role. Communicating with both parties to agree on a set arrangement.
Business dispute solicitors can help resolve disputes between:
- business partners
A business dispute solicitors will also provide guidance on corporate and commercial law.
Sometimes negotiation is not possible. In these cases, a business dispute solicitor can still help. They will be able to recommend and action the best legal action you could take.
Why use our Business Dispute Solicitors?
Over the years, the commercial dispute solicitors at Rotheras have worked with a wide range of organisation. This work covers a range of different sectors and industries.
Rotheras has years of experience and a proven track record in both corporate and commercial law. Utilising these skills, we can assist in the creation of a resolution that protects your corporate interests.
Communication is important to us at Rotheras. We will endeavour to keep you informed throughout the entire case. As well as giving you regular updates, we completely transparent with regards to costs. We will always deliver the most cost effective solution for our clients.
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Business Dispute Resolution
Richard Bates leads the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team at Rotheras. Richard is a litigation specialist and can provide a wide range of services to both commercial and private clients.
Richard Hammond is a Dispute Resolution specialist and mediator at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors. Richard is also a notary public, processing client documents for international use.
Terhi Sygrove is a debt recovery specialist and head of the debt recovery department at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors.
Paige Regardsoe is a Solicitor in our Dispute Resolution department and is based at our Lace Market office.
Millie Moreton is a paralegal in Rotheras commercial and dispute resolution departments and is based at our Lace Market office.
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