Contract disputes inevitably arise in the course of routine business operations. They can be complex and can often involve parties adopting conflicting stances on the proper interpretation of clauses, arguments about variation and analysis over whether or not a party is in breach of its obligations, by examining the facts of what has occurred. Without a written contract to govern the contractual relationship, a dispute might simply focus on breaches arising from whatever terms have actually been agreed (or not).
We offer Initial Consultations to new clients at significantly reduced rates. We follow up on face-to-face advice in writing. Our aim is to give you the perspective you need to make an informed decision about how to move forward. We are happy to have an initial phone discussion (without obligation on you) to ascertain how best we can assist.
What we offer
Our experienced and skilled litigators will support and guide you through the dispute resolution process in a professional manner. We focus on resolving disputes quickly and proportionately without the need to resort to the expense of litigation if it can be avoided. If a court ordered remedy is the only realistic solution, we will ensure you get the advice and assistance you need.
We will listen to you and work out what you want to achieve. We aim to deliver your objective in a way you understand, one that offers commercial value and that will allow you to move on.
We routinely represent clients in matters before the High Court, County Court, at Arbitration, and within Tribunal proceedings. We use carefully selected barristers and have access to a range of trusted experts to assist in case investigation.
Fosters Solicitors Team of Litigation Lawyers have a wealth of experience and knowledge to assist you in relation to any legal query or matter you may have. Call us on 01603 620508 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the department will be in touch very soon.
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