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What is a commercial litigation lawyer?
Commercial litigation lawyers are commonly referred to as litigators and they specialise in disputes between two commercial parties who are trying to reach a settlement or seek damages. A commercial litigator works in bringing a commercial dispute throughout the court process.
Our lawyer network includes a wide range of skilled litigators who are able to assist you in your commercial claims.
When will I need a commercial litigation lawyer?
You may find that you need a commercial litigator in commercial disputes involving:
- Insolvency and debt recovery;
- Banking and finance;
- Trade practice;
- Shareholder or partnership agreements;
- Contractual issues;
- Employment disputes;
Litigation is a multifaceted and complex process to understand which is why having a specialised litigator that can help guide you through the process is beneficial.
What will a commercial litigation lawyer provide?
A commercial litigator will be able to provide a wide breadth of understanding in a highly complex area of law. They can provide your business with the best possible service in resolving any disputes which arise throughout the course of business. A commercial litigator will be able to assist their clients to reach the desired settlement or another outcome. Commercial litigators have an understanding of the law as well as the commercial needs of their clients. These lawyers will use their understanding of the law to ensure that all other dispute resolution techniques have been exhausted before going to court to not affect your business.
How much will a commercial litigation lawyer charge?
Legal costs can be unpredictable and expensive. Our aim at LawPath is to provide you with legal options that are fast, affordable and transparent. By providing you with fixed priced quotes this means you are always aware of the costs and make the best decision for your business when a dispute arises.