Supreme Court Disputes
supreme court, court of appeal,
commercial court & high court
“We are always prepared to fight our client’s corner.”
Milan Schuster, Partner
We are an extremely well recognised litigation practice and we have obtained outstanding results for our clients in the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the Commercial Court and the High Court. Our focus is on meticulous preparation for cases and a focussed, commercial strategy for clients in relation to their complex litigation. In high pressure environments, it is important to be able to read the circumstances and to look for opportunities. Our solicitors are expertly trained to stay calm and confident and, if and when the circumstances dictate, to be assertive and forceful in protecting their client’s interests.
The Courts that we litigate in, are:-
- Supreme Court.
- Court of Appeal.
- Commercial Court.
- High Court.
- Circuit Court.
- District Court.
We understand when the stakes are high and very often you have no alternative but to fight your corner, and your business may very well be on the line. We have litigated many high profile and high stakes cases in a spectrum of different industries and different areas of the law. We also litigate complex cases in the lower Courts. We thoroughly assess the merits and scale of every case we handle to determine the best approach for our clients, including whether to go to trial.
Supreme Court and Court of Appeal
We also deal with matters of extreme national importance that need to be heard in the Supreme Court and instances where our client’s opponent has lost or our client wants to appeal all or part of a decision to the Court of Appeal. This is all in a day’s work for us, if our clients do not get the result that they want the first time around, we look to the substantive legal issues and we discuss the risks involved and formulate a suitable strategy for our clients.
We have an outstanding record in relation to cases on appeal, we provide practical commercial solutions for our clients that allows them to understand the consequences for their business and to assess the risks involved.