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Dispute Resolution

Today’s business world is extremely diverse and full of legal complexities. Our team of litigation lawyers have extensive experience in this area in order to provide our clients with a complete service that suits their needs.

Our dispute resolution services cover both civil and criminal law, in the UK and abroad. We take all of our clients’ requirements into consideration and offer competitive and flexible costs. The dispute resolution team is aware that each dispute is different, and can be resolved in a number of different ways. We always ensure that the right skills are utilised for your case, from court advocate to skilled negotiator, to get you the best outcome possible.

To find out more about how our expert dispute resolution team can help you call us on 0344 967 0793; we’ll be happy to help.

Meet the Dispute Resolution team

Chambers and Partners UK 2018

Chambers and Partners UK 2018 Leading firm
What the team is known for Handles high-value claims for clients from the marine and IT industries, among others. Also noted for disputes concerning commercial lending, insolvency and asset finance. Typical work includes complex matters involving aspects of regulatory or contract law. Active advising on cross-border mandates, particularly within the EU.

The Legal 500 UK

UK Top tier 2017
The five-partner litigation department at Lester Aldridge LLP focuses on the marine, defence and financial services sectors, and is experienced in High Court and appellate proceedings, as well as mediation and arbitration.

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