Our contract dispute lawyers have an enviable reputation for delivering tactical and commercial advice to minimise the impact on a client’s business. Not only do we understand contract rights, but we have substantive knowledge in many industries that allows us to understand how basic contract rights apply to different contracting relationships.
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We make it our priority to understand and protect our clients’ most important business interests in a focused and cost-effective manner. Wherever appropriate, we seek to negotiate solutions to our clients’ contractual disputes without unnecessary or expensive litigation.
The contract dispute lawyers at Gorvins understand that every dispute is different so we tailor our solution to your needs. We have considerable experience in handling contract disputes of all sizes and we recognise that avoiding a costly courtroom battle and resolving the dispute quickly and cost-effectively will be your top priority.
Our team of experienced commercial litigators have expertise in the following areas:
We always encourage our clients to seek alternative methods of dispute resolution (ADR) including mediation and arbitration.
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To sue for damages due to breach of contract, you must be able to demonstrate that a legally binding contract existed and that it had been breached. Finally, you have to demonstrate the losses you incurred by the breach of contract.
If you have a legitimate case for breach of contract, you can make a claim at Money Claim Online. However, it’s much more advisable to work with a litigation solicitor to increase your chances of success.
Yes, for you to make a successful claim for breach of contract, you must be able to demonstrate losses as a result of said breach. You can’t simply claim for stress or inconvenience.
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