Complex commercial litigation
Solving Problems Together
At some stage during your businesses existence, you will have to contend with commercial litigation, whether as plaintiff or defendant, in cases that may be routine contract disputes to more complex cases that threaten a company’s viability.
The global economy has become more complex and regulated which has increased the amount of information and data in relation to our businesses and transactions. As a consequence, litigation has become more time-consuming and expensive.
Our solicitors are trained to have a combination of insightfulness, to be well prepared, to be efficient and practical in their approach, to have business savvy, to understand what clients want, to be strategic and above all to look for successful solutions and to resolve complex commercial litigation to the satisfaction of clients. We look to exceed client’s expectations.
A team that performs exceptionally and that relishes a challenge.
We have resolved many multi-jurisdictional disputes and have worked with clients in many different industries. We are in the business of providing legal services, we have outstanding experience, we deal with commercial disputes every day with solicitors that are exceedingly approachable and top-quality communicators.
Here are some of the areas Adams Law represents clients in commercial disputes:
- Contract Disputes.
- Fraud Disputes.
- Construction disputes.
- Tortious Interference.
- Unfair Competition.
- Product liability.
- Insolvency litigation.
- Distributor and franchise disputes.
- Trust and estate litigation.
- Shareholder disputes.
- Personal Injury.
- Director and executive disputes.
- Indemnity claims and defence.
- Mergers and acquisitions disputes.
- Insurance disputes.
- Debt Collection.
- Private equity.
- Real estate.
- Life Science.
We focus in on strategy, reducing risk and protecting your good name.
We like to understand the full picture in relation to our client’s business and their objectives. We seek to tailor our services to our clients depending on the size of the case and what their objectives are. We like to identify if there is an upside or maybe it is all about damage limitation. We ask the question, where does the particular dispute lie in relation to your entire business strategy? We can then look to advise you on tactical strategies such as motions to dismiss, other early exit strategies and methods of reducing costs. It is also vital to consider whether you can seek indemnification from a third party or an insurance company.