We are a leading commercial disputes and regulation practice of some 40 lawyers working across the UK. Led by seven partners, Chambers remark that we ‘excel in finding creative answers to thorny problems’ in high value, complex and significant cases, across both public and private sectors. Through our considered advice, we also look to prevent disputes from arising in the first place.
Our clients appreciate our frank approach, as we look to assess their risk – both financially and in terms of business reputation – and find solutions that will work. We are experienced advocates and our lawyers appear throughout the court and tribunal system in the UK, including arbitrations. Our mediation expertise is second to none, be it in negligence claims or highly complex technical commercial disputes.
We are experts in all forms of international arbitration, including both commercial arbitration and arbitration between investors and states under bilateral and multilateral investment treaties, on the basis of both institutional and ad hoc arbitration rules. Find out more at our International Arbitration Page.
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3am Clauses and How to Make the Right Choices: Choice of Jurisdiction
Are you ready to make an informed choice on which jurisdiction to use for settling international commercial disputes? Before you conclude your international commercial agreement, watch our video for practical guidance on the issues to be considered before signing on the dotted line!Click here to watch
3am Clauses and How to Make the Right Choices: Choice of Law
Practical insight and guidance on how parties to international commercial agreements can make informed choices as to how and where a possible dispute should be resolved, and which law should apply in the event of a dispute.Click here to watch
Property Dispute Resolution - Dilapidations Update
Dilapidations have been the subject of a number of significant recent court decisions. In this webinar, our experts discuss the issues arising from those cases and what they mean for landlords and tenants involved in dilapidations.Click here to watch