At this time, more than ever, being able to resolve disputes and regulatory issues as efficiently and effectively as possible is paramount.
All types of organisations across the globe are facing major challenges to their business as a result of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it has had on economic development and international trade.
With our 200+ strong team based in our offices in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia and an established network of firms we work with across the rest of the world, we advise you on complex cross-border and high-value dispute resolution and regulatory matters.
Working side by side with a diverse range of clients, extending from governments and regulatory bodies to multinational businesses and some of the world’s wealthiest and most complex and dynamic families, our team of experts delivers commercial, pragmatic and strategic advice tailored to your needs and objectives.
Why work with us?
Our Dispute Resolution practice covers a uniquely broad range of services from resolving family and property disputes to litigating on behalf of governments and major global companies. A full list of our services is set out below.
We understand that the cost of dispute resolution can be a significant barrier to dealing with disputes, especially during financially straightened times. Feesible, our disputes funding product, provides you with a variety of ways that funding for a claim can be structured and risk can be managed between us.
No matter the climate, we know how important it is at the outset of a matter for you to identify the key documents and evaluate the merits of your case to develop a successful strategy. Our cloud-based service Discovery on Demand is designed to do just that. It can facilitate early document and case assessment and close collaboration between us, wherever you and your team are in the world.
What constitutes a ‘win’ can vary from case to case but whatever a ‘win’ means to you, we are passionate and tenacious in helping you to achieve your objectives.
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