We have a large number of specialists, many of whom are regarded by the independent directories as leaders in their field, and provide a mediation service. We have experience in all types of commercial and contract disputes, with specialisms in the following areas:
|Banking and finance disputes
||Employment disputes||Product liability|
|Business support and insolvency||Franchising disputes||Professional negligence|
|Civil fraud and asset recovery||Intellectual property disputes
International commercial disputes
|Company disputes||Judicial reviews||Public procurement Litigation
|Construction and engineering disputes||Partnership disputes||Social housing|
|Corporate and shareholder disputes||Pensions disputes||
|Defamation and reputation management|
We work with national and international corporations, government departments, regulators, financial institutions, individuals, partnerships and owner managed businesses. Clients for whom we have acted include:
|Alcatel||Principality Building Society||Solicitors Regulatory Authority||NHS England|
|AXA Insurance plc||IBM||Tinopolis plc||Kerry Group|
|DHL||NHS Shared Services Partnership||University of South Wales|
|Personal Hygiene Services Ltd.||Welsh Government|
Examples of cases in which we have recently acted include:
In this recent decision, the Supreme Court considered the proper approach to the quantum of damages in professional negligence refinance cases.
In a recent case, the High Court has confirmed the law in relation to a request for a late amendment to a claim. The main point to take away is that if an amendment is crucial to your case – it is best not to leave it until 'the 11th hour'.
Blake Morgan Partner and Divisional Director of Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Alison McClure, has been awarded the title of 'Professional of the Year' at the prestigious Venus Awards.
This week the Independent reported that a survey conducted by Macmillan Cancer Support of 2000 people showed that "nearly two thirds of UK adults don't have a Will" and more worryingly, that included 42% of over 55s.
Fraudulent calumny is fraudulent misrepresentation made about an individual to a testator, for the purpose of inducing the testator to exclude that individual from any benefit in his Will.
A pub landlord was being sued by Football Association Premier League Limited for copyright infringement for using a IPTV box. Here is what happened next.
Restrictive covenants are a useful tool for employers to protect their competitive edge and to reduce the risk of 'star employees' leaving to join competitors.However, failure to draft them carefully can leave both employer and employee in limbo.
A High Court master has recently given extensive guidance in the case of Dring v Cape Distribution Ltd and others  on the right of an interested non-party to access court documents.
A High Court decision highlights how Courts may construe parties' intentions when interpreting jurisdiction clauses in contracts, as well as the protection that can be afforded by way of anti-suit injunctions.Ben Clark explains the impact this will have.
The recent decision in the case of Cosmetic Warriors Ltd & Anor v Gerrie  EWCA Civ 324 dealt with the correct construction of shareholders' pre-emption rights.
PAG Management Services Limited (“PAG”) were wound up under an application by the Secretary of State (“SoS”) in the case of PAG Management Services Limited  EWHC 2404 (Ch) on the grounds of public interest.
We assisted a football club with the recovery of training compensation.