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Business recovery for retail


Commercial disputes can occur at any time and are more prevalent in an economic downturn. Effective settlement can require extensive management and investment of time, both of which can cause upheaval to your business.

From contractual advice to shareholder disputes, we will work with you to establish effective dispute resolution strategies, allowing you to achieve the desired results with minimal disruption.

  • Specialist team – one of the largest specialist mediation teams in the Midlands,  skilled in settling all types of commercial disputes for both national and international retailers.
  • Full range of services – including alternative dispute resolution, breach of contract, breach of covenants, breach of warranty, commercial disputes, company law disputes, defamation, freezing orders, injunctions, mediation, misrepresentation and shareholder disputes.
  • Practical advice – legal knowledge and mediation skills combined with commercial awareness.
  • Professionals – members of the Institute of Credit Management, Chamber of Commerce and Institute of Directors.

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