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Our expert banking and finance litigation team has considerable experience acting on behalf of finance houses and leasing companies, primarily in the enforcement of lease and hire purchase agreements, debt and asset recovery.

The Gorvins banking and finance team have sound knowledge and a commercial understanding of the financial sector. We take an integrated approach to finance litigation and by working closely with our property, debt recovery and insolvency teams we can provide our finance and banking clients with clear and commercial solutions.

Contact our expert Banking and Finance team on 0161 930 5151, e-mail or fill in the contact form and a member of the team will call you back.

Gorvins Approach to Finance Litigation

We offer commercial advice and support on:

  • Consumer credit
  • Regulatory and compliance issues
  • Commercial lending
  • Fraud
  • Allegations of miss-selling
  • Lender liability claims
  • Unsecured debt recovery

At Gorvins, we work closely with our clients to deliver a commercially sound solution for their business. We know that no two cases are the same and pride ourselves on being able to offer bespoke, tailored advice to each client in this sector.

How can Gorvins Help?

Contact the banking and finance team today on 0161 930 5151, e-mail or fill in the contact form and a member of the team will call you back.


What is a financial services dispute?

A dispute in relation to banking or financial services is a dispute concerning a financial product, service or provider.

What kind of financial services can be the subject of litigation

A financial dispute can occur for any of the following services

  • Banking
  • Leasing and finance
  • Professional advisory
  • Wealth management
  • Mutual funds
  • Insurance
  • Stock market
  • Accounting
  • Portfolio management

How are financial disputes commonly settled?

In many cases, disputes can be settled during mediation and/or arbitration. The first example amounts to a commercial negotiation, whereas arbitration is a private court hearing where the parties agree to be bound by the decision of a third-party arbiter. If that fails, the dispute can go to litigation, resulting in a court imposing a binding judgment on the parties.

Meet the Commercial Litigation team

  • Danielle Clements

    Dispute Resolution

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  • Guy Lightowler

    Dispute Resolution

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  • Mark Deverell

    Managing Partner & Head of Commercial Litigation
    Dispute Resolution

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  • Sunita Patel

    Associate Solicitor
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  • Megan Hutton

    Associate Solicitor
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Find out why our clients recommend us

  • Mark is very client focused and able to deliver a very high level of service... ...Legal 500

  • Mark is a very astute litigator. Able to immediately understand industry... ...Mark Bowker, Valour Finance Group

  • Michael is practical, thorough and very much focused on the right result for... ...Jonathan Smith, Kingsley Group

  • Michael is approachable, very efficient, with a very good understanding... ...Carol Roberts, Bibby Leasing

  • Michael Morris is highly regarded for his work involving finance and... ...Legal 500

  • I have always found Guy’s work to be of the highest quality. His approach... ...Paul Harrison, Financial Director, Melba Swintex Group

  • I’ve worked with Mark for a number of years and he has always proved to... ...Cathy Wood, Vernon Building Society

  • Mark has provided expert advice to us on a number of matters mostly... ...Jim Smith, Director of Rosehill Furniture Group

  • We have worked with Gorvins debt team now for many years and believe... ...Hans Billman, General Manager, Thorne Credit Union Ltd

  • Having worked with Sunita for almost 10 years I have always found her... ... Mark Pepper, Financial Director, Longfield Chemicals Ltd.

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