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Litigation & Dispute Resolution

A legal dispute between parties may be resolved through negotiation and followed up by a mutually beneficial settlement. However, there are numerous matters that require adjudication by a court of law or an arbitral body in order to reach such a decision. As such, a robust litigation practice plays a crucial role in any law firm. Our Firm has developed a dynamic practice, to cater to clients involved in all stages of dispute resolution that require the intervention of an external judicial or administrative body.

Our services extend to cover the roles of counsel (advocate / barrister) as well as instructing attorney (solicitor). During the life cycle of the dispute resolution at hand, we continuously work with our clients to develop a clear strategy for identifying and analysing risks as well as optimal case management, to achieve a commercially viable resolution. We also advise and appear on behalf of clients in relation to alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, including international arbitrations and conciliation.

For our corporate clients, our team advises on contentious aspects of major corporate and financial transactions, and seeks to defend the interests of our clients in the resolution of matters such as breach of contract and termination. Our team combines legal insight with commercial awareness to facilitate practical and tailored results to our clients' disputes in a timely manner.

The team specialises in corporate insolvency and bankruptcy, debt recovery, appellate practice, constitutional & administrative law, construction related disputes, contractual disputes, corporate recovery and insolvency settlements, defamation, employment, environmental litigation, family law and adoption, intellectual property enforcement and infringements, personal injury, product liability, medical and professional negligence, property disputes, testamentary and probate matters.

Our varied client base includes large corporates, multinational companies, financial institutions, foreign investors, government corporations and foreign embassies.