Navigating Commercial Disputes with
Expertise and Precision

At the heart of our practice lies a committed team of legal professionals with extensive experience in handling a broad spectrum of commercial disputes. From debt recovery to complex shareholder disagreements and property disputes, we have consistently delivered outstanding results for our clients.

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Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Our team has a strong and diverse range of experience in various commercial disputes. We have achieved great results for clients by ensuring professionalism and reliability in preparing disputes.

 

We are aware of the stress and impact litigation can have on a business and use alternate dispute resolution techniques to achieve successful settlement wherever possible.

 

We can assist with

  • Debt recovery
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Contractual disputes
  • Enforcement of commercial agreements
  • Property disputes
  • Leasing disputes
  • Australian Consumer Law disputes
  • Misleading and Deceptive Conduct
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency
  • Construction disputes
  • Licensing and franchising
  • Corporations law and disputes

Alternate Dispute Resolution

Our team has experience in negotiating strategies to resolve commercial disputes and representing clients in mediations, negotiations and other ADR techniques.

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    Commercial and Corporate Law FAQs: Your Questions Answered.

    Here you will find answers to some of the most common questions about commercial litigation and dispute resolution services we offer.

     

    Whether you're facing a simple contractual disagreement or a complex legal challenge, our FAQs are designed to provide clarity and insight into how we can assist in resolving your commercial disputes effectively.

    What types of commercial disputes does your firm handle?

    Our firm is equipped to manage a variety of commercial disputes including debt recovery, shareholder and contractual disputes, enforcement of commercial agreements, property and leasing disputes, Australian Consumer Law issues, misleading and deceptive conduct claims, bankruptcy and insolvency cases, construction disputes, and licensing and franchising issues.

    How does your team approach complex commercial litigation?

    We approach each case with a blend of professionalism and reliability, ensuring meticulous preparation and strategic planning. Our extensive experience across various sectors allows us to tailor our approach to meet the unique needs and objectives of each client, aiming for the best possible outcome.

    Can you help resolve disputes outside of court?

    Yes, our team strongly supports the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as mediation and negotiation. We have a successful track record of resolving disputes outside of court, which often saves time, reduces costs, and minimizes the stress associated with litigation.

    What are the benefits of alternative dispute resolution (ADR)?

    ADR offers several benefits, including greater control over the process and outcome, confidentiality, quicker resolution compared to traditional litigation, and generally lower costs. It also tends to preserve business relationships that might otherwise become strained through court proceedings.

    When should I consider litigation over ADR?

    Litigation should be considered when ADR methods have been exhausted or are deemed inappropriate due to the nature of the dispute, or when a legal precedent needs to be established. It’s also necessary when the other party is uncooperative or there is a significant imbalance in power.

    How can I get started with resolving a commercial dispute with your firm?

    To begin resolving your commercial dispute, contact our office to schedule a consultation. During this initial meeting, we will review the details of your case, provide a preliminary assessment, and discuss potential strategies for moving forward, whether through litigation or ADR.