Settle your contractual disputes today

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Settle your contractual disputes today

When you’re running a business, you rely on your partners to stick to the conditions stated in contracts to keep your business running smoothly and efficiently.

Contractual disputes, now commonplace in modern-day business, can prove to be a stressful and disruptive time for your business. Our contractual dispute resolution solicitors offer a number of legal routes to help bring stability back to your business.

Our contractual dispute resolution solicitors in Birmingham and Nottingham advise a wide range of businesses on their contractual disputes, advising you on the best course of action, whether it be court action, or alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, based on the severity of the dispute, your objectives as a business and your business’ reputation.

Our expert contractual dispute resolution solicitors in Birmingham and Nottingham can call upon several years experience in dealing with commercial and contractual disputes, including:

  • Sale and supply of goods/services
  • Agency agreements
  • Distribution agreements
  • Franchise agreements
  • Warranty and indemnity claims
  • Mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
  • Retention of title
  • Trade finance
  • Misrepresentation
  • Professional negligence
  • Civil fraud
  • Breaches of trust and breaches of confidence
  • Causing loss by unlawful means
  • Conspiracy

What are contractual disputes?

A contractual dispute occurs when the parties of a contract breach their original agreements. These are now commonplace in the professional sectors, particularly with an increased emphasis on the service industry and outsourcing, but need to be managed with care as contractual disputes can have serious consequences for any business, whether pursuing a claim or being the subject of one.

Causes of contractual disputes

There are a number of causes for contractual disputes, but the most common of which is the negotiating and make-up of the contract itself, and the interpretation of its terms. With many contracts negotiated on a case-by-case basis, particularly with smaller businesses, contracts are created through correspondence rather than built through a uniform terms of business. This leads to ambiguities in what each side can expect from the other, which in turn leads to disputes.

Free initial consultation

Our team of contractural dispute litigation solicitors offer a free initial consultation over the phone or in person to assess your situation, and advise you of your next steps with your contractural dispute. Just fill in the form on this page and a member of our team will contact you to arrange your consultation.

Why choose DBS?

At DBS, our contractural dispute litigation solicitors have years of experience in handling claims of various types and sizes for a wide range of clients.

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