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SECTOR: Business

Dispute Resolution

Samuel Phillips Law Firm always puts the clients interests first and seeks efficient and cost effective solutions rather than expensive and cumbersome court procedures.

The firm has retained a sound knowledge of all current methodologies of dispute resolution and dispute resolution providers to facilitate such actions and retain an ‘honest broker’ position with regard to mediation service providers. However, some disputes are not appropriate to be referred to mediation or the parties will not agree to be referred to mediation. Proceedings will have to be issued, though there is may still be an opportunity to settle the proceedings without recourse to a fully contested hearing.

If you are in dispute or are facing litigation that is causing sleepless nights, you should contact our Dispute Resolution team. Robert Gibson heads the team and is assisted by Helen Abraham an experienced litigator.

The firm has expertise in a wide variety of civil disputes including:

  • Professional Negligence
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Landlord & Tenant Disputes
  • Property Disputes
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Bankruptcy
  • Enforcement of Judgments
  • Disputes arising out of the supply and sale of goods

For information on how you can fund your claim click here.

OUR TEAM
  • Helen Abraham
  • Robert Gibson

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