Business Disputes2019-03-29T17:20:29+00:00

How can we help?

Among the disputes on which we offer businesses advice are:

  • Claims against Directors;
  • Contract Disputes;
  • Copyright, Trademark & Passing Off Claims;
  • Data Protection Requests;
  • Debt Recovery;
  • Fiduciary Claims;
  • Insurance Disputes;
  • Partner & Shareholder Disputes;
  • Professional Negligence;
  • Warranty Claims.

Business Disputes

Griffin Law has the expertise to help deal with all areas of business disputes.

Litigation is at the heart of Griffin Law as a firm.

Griffin Law is a well-known, respected firm that represents its client’s commercial interests fearlessly. The firm has particular experience in obtaining injunctions, interlocutory relief and pursuing defendants around the globe.

Griffin Law is rare among solicitors in actively considering the use of innovative and commercially attractive funding sources for commercial clients involved in disputes including contingency and conditional fee agreements (“no win, no fee” agreements), discounted hourly rates, third party funding and the use of after-the-event insurance as a means by which to reduce the risk of being ordered to pay the other side’s costs.

Griffin Law has also pioneered the use of Dispute Strategy Memoranda as a way of managing its clients’ case, thus reducing the costs payable by clients and leading to an earlier and less stressful resolution to commercial disputes.

If you are a business, no matter how large or small, and no matter how large or small your dispute is, Griffin Law can help.

We are the firm that you want on your side, not against you.

We are the lawyers you want on your side. Please contact justice@griffin.law or use the form on our Contact page to get in touch.

 
 

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