Negotiation, conflict resolution, arbitration

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Carrington, Hall & Hamburg provides a comprehensive range of litigation services to a wide range of well-established clients in industry and the professional sector in addition to insurers, government agencies and local authorities.

Our approach to commercial disputes is to enable both parties to resolve their differences at the earliest opportunity and consequently restrict costs. Beyond the specific issue, there is often a wider commercial relationship to consider. Carrington, Hall & Hamburg strategy is to seek a solution that not only satisfies both parties but also maintains, wherever possible, the business relationship.

Our lawyers have expertise in a wide range of areas including:

  • Construction
  • Contested Planning
  • Contractual and company disputes
  • Debt Recovery
  • Defamation
  • Director/shareholder disputes
  • Employment
  • Environmental Law
  • Health and safety
  • Immigration
  • Injunctions
  • Insolvency related litigation
  • Intellectual property
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Licensing
  • Mediation
  • Partnership
  • Professional negligence
  • Property Litigation

Any commercial dispute costs time and money especially if it reaches litigation. We use a number of methods designed to produce a swift result:

  • Third party negotiations
  • Without prejudice meetings
  • Mediation, arbitration and adjudication

From time to time cases go into litigation. When that happens, we have an impressive track record moving quickly to trial and making the litigation process as stress-free and cost-effective as possible.
Carrington, Hall & Hamburg partners like to be involved as soon as possible bringing a hands-on and proactive approach. Early intervention means that with careful and intelligent management of claims, it is possible to resolve the problem before there is significant disruption to the business or substantial legal costs are incurred.

As part of our service, the partners make a point of looking at the causes of disputes and discussing with their clients ways in which better risk management or changes to procedures could help prevent similar disputes in future.

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