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Commercial Dispute

A commercial dispute arises when there are disagreements or misunderstandings in a defined commercial or business transaction. To sort out the differences, the disputing parties may undergo alternative processes, initially. They can negotiate, or go through mediation, or arbitration.
Commercial Dispute

Litigation in Commercial Dispute Resolution

Litigation is the last, if not the least advised avenue for commercial dispute resolution because it can be costly and time-consuming. However, our expert commercial lawyers are on hand to help you navigate the next steps and relevant processes for your dispute.

Our team are able to assist with the following:

  • Asset recovery
  • Business disputes between the management and shareholders
  • Claims for breach of warranty
  • Commercial fraud
  • Contractual disputes
  • Financial services disputes
  • Insolvency disputes
  • IP and IT disputes
  • Joint venture and partnership disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Real estate litigation

What is the Duration of Litigation?

Commercial litigation can last anything from a few months to a year or more, depending on the value and complexity of the matter. We understand how stressful and demanding a commercial dispute can be and deal with our clients in a sympathetic yet diligent manner.

Commercial Dispute Resolution
At Deo Volente Solicitors, we aim to provide our clients with the support and guidance they need throughout the process, while also being transparent about our costs.

Our commercial dispute services are carried out at an hourly rate, which ranges between £185.00+VAT and £295.00+VAT, depending on the case handler and the complexity of the case. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the work, we are unable to provide fixed fees for our services. However, we are always happy to discuss our fees with you in more detail and provide you with a more accurate estimate and timescales based on the specific details of your case.

All legal costs associated with our commercial dispute services are subject to VAT at the usual rate and cover the legal work undertaken as set out in the client care agreement. In addition to our fees, disbursements may also be incurred, which can include an expert's report or barrister's fees. The specific disbursements will depend on the details of each case, and we will discuss these with you in more detail once we are aware of further details.

At Deo Volente Solicitors we believe in being transparent and open with our clients about our fees and costs. Should you have any questions or concerns about our fees or any other aspect of our services, please note the details of the Head of the Department, Danna Quinto, or call us on 01234 350 244 to speak to the team
Why choose us

Why Choose Us?

Our solicitors are experts in Commercial disputes and so are ideally positioned to help you to secure your rights over property.

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People rely on us, and we pride ourselves on our client-centered advocacy and representation.
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Deo Volente is a company registered in United Kingdom with registration number 0C373569, VAT 125 446 327 and registered office Howard House 2nd Floor, St John’s Street, Bedford, MK42 0DJ, United Kingdom. We are an approved Alternative Business Structure authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA number: 568191) and we are member of the Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce.
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