Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Legal solutions to your most complex problems
The 120-strong litigation and dispute resolution group at Blake Morgan acts on disputes in the Courts and in arbitration for international, national and regional clients. Our considerable regional presence, together with the London team, provides the group with the strength and depth to act on the most complex and significant of contentious problems.
We have a large number of specialists, many of whom are regarded by the independent directories as leaders in their field. Experienced in all types of commercial and contract disputes, the group has specialisms in the following areas:
- Civil Fraud and Asset Recovery
- Commercial Agency
- Commercial Disputes
- Construction Disputes
- Contentious Trusts
- Corporate & Shareholder Disputes
- Defending Local Authorities
- Employee Non-Compete and Confidentiality
- Healthcare Litigation
- International Litigation
- IP Disputes
- Judicial Review
- Marine & Ports Law
- Product Liability and Recalls
- Professional Negligence
- Property Dispute Resolution
- Public Procurement
- Technology Disputes
- Utilities & Energy
We work with national and international corporations, government departments, regulators, financial institutions, individuals, partnerships and owner managed businesses.
"A law firm that I regularly recommend in a wide variety of work areas. Knowledgeable and experienced team. Very client-friendly and efficient."
- Legal 500, 2021
"Jill Bainbridge (Commercial Litigation practice head) is an excellent lawyer with top-notch knowledge and experience. Brilliant at dealing with clients, and with barristers. Always helpful and available."
- Legal 500, 2021
''This is a very commercial team that cuts through legalities to find the right outcome for the client.''
- Chambers and Partners, 2020
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