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.
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Richard can provide legal services on a wide range of commercial issues including commercial, property & general civil litigation, intellectual property and business affairs. Richard is based at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham.
Richard is also a Notary Public, processing client documents for international use.
An accredited and panel mediator, Richard is qualified to act as appointed mediator in a wide range of business and individual disputes.
Richard also represents the firm in the League International for Creditors (LIC), a global network of credit and legal professionals.
“Richard Hammond heads the team , which has a strong track record in contractual disputes and transport litigation for clients including the Road Haulage Association. ”Legal 500, 2016
“Rothera Sharp Solicitors is recommended for dispute resolution in the transport and haulage sector. It also handles a range of commercial disputes, including contractual breaches, misrepresentation and Sale of Goods Act claims. Property litigation is another area of activity. Richard Hammond and Richard Bates are ‘intelligent solicitors, who have a good eye for detail and fight hard for their clients’. ”Legal 500, 2017
“Mr. Hammond provided me with an excellent Notary service when I needed various documents certified at short notice for a medical job. He was extremely professional and readily approachable. After an initial meeting, my documents were notarised within 24-48 hours at a price that was cheaper than any other I had been quoted. I would recommend Mr. Hammond's services without reservation to anybody needing a Notary Lawyer in the Nottingham area. ”Anonymous, 2012
“Excellent service received. Richard was friendly and approachable throughout but not afraid to tackle difficult questions. We would undoubtedly use him again in future mediations as the lack of settlement was not due to the mediator in this case who did his utmost to broker a deal. ”Gateley Plc 2016
“Intelligent and thoughtful. ”Legal 500, 2014
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