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Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution Solicitors
Commercial litigation and business disputes can be costly, time-consuming and arduous. JMW provides legal advice and support to help your organisation resolve these disputes as efficiently as possible.
Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team prides itself on employing effective resolution techniques that move clients towards the result they want to achieve. We will provide expert guidance on even the most complex commercial cases, with a focus on minimising any disruption to the smooth day-to-day running of your organisation.
How JMW Can Help
Our commercial litigation team is one of the biggest in the north-west. Our depth of knowledge and breadth of experience means we are able to assist with a huge range of business disputes, from the simple to the extremely complex.
We operate nationally for commercial clients who need help with high-value corporate and commercial disputes, and our track record speaks for itself. Headed by Steve Morris, we have the experience, expertise and tenacity to achieve the result you want in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
We approach all of our cases by creating close working relationships with our clients and by getting to know their business objectives and preferred working practices. This allows us to find realistic and tailored solutions to business disputes on a case-by-case basis.
At JMW, we offer legal advice and assistance on a wide range of issues pertaining to commercial litigation and dispute resolution, including:
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures have the significant benefit of enabling you to avoid court proceedings, therefore, reducing disruption to business and saving money on litigation costs. We are highly experienced in all dealings relating to ADR and will listen to your needs and pursue the appropriate method of resolving your dispute with the minimum of hassle and cost to you and your company.
The main options when it comes to ADR procedures are:
Adjudication is a process during which parties in dispute appoint a person to consider the evidence and arguments submitted by both, which then results in a decision that determines the rights and obligations of each party.
Arbitration is a private procedure and form of alternative dispute resolution. It involves the use of an independent third party, commonly known as an arbitrator, and is in many cases an agreeable alternative to legal proceedings. It can be a useful tool in resolving business disputes of all kinds.
Mediation is one of the most commonly-used methods of ADR and has a high rate of success in all kinds of commercial disputes and other business disagreements. Mediation can take place at any stage once a dispute has arisen (provided the parties agree to mediate), including after the commencement of legal proceedings.
Conciliation involves the appointment of a third party to help steer negotiations towards an amicable conclusion and, ultimately, achieve a settlement. For more information about this area of law and the services we offer, head to our conciliation page.
Partner and Head of Department
Commercial Litigation/Corporate Recovery and Insolvency