Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution
We are committed to Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) procedures for resolving disputes. We see the benefits to clients which this brings (especially in saving costs) over the traditional court route.
Successful dispute outcomes have been achieved by our skilled team for clients in the following areas:
- The supply of goods and services and all types of commercial agreements
- Software and IP claims
- Shareholder, partnership and joint venture disputes
- Debt recovery
- Professional negligence
- Engineering and construction problems
- Claims by/against directors arising out of breach of their duties
In employment and dispute resolution cases we work for all types of client from family business enterprises through to public companies and multi-nationals.
We also represent directors, senior executives, managers, partners and shareholders as well as employees encountering employment difficulties.
You will find certain additional information which may assist you in making an informed choice of your litigation solicitor here.
Covert Recordings by Employees
With the necessary technology available at the push of a button on a smartphone, it is common to discover that employees have covertly recorded meetings with their employer. What can employers do about this? The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case … Continue reading
Marriage invalidates wills second time around
As most of you will be aware, we are currently at the height of the marriage season with June being the most popular month for marriages. Throughout the UK, people are gathering in front of friends and family to make … Continue reading
Keelys welcomes Sonali on board
Here at Keelys Solicitors we are always delighted to welcome new legal talent and are pleased to announce the appointment of Sonali Obhrai who has joined us as a family law expert. Sonali is an experienced solicitor in this sensitive … Continue reading
Dramatic rise in investigations into Lasting Powers of Attorney abuse
It is alarming to learn of recent news that the government carried out nearly 50% more investigations concerning abuse complaints regarding lasting powers of attorney (LPA) last year. The Office of the Public Guardian received 5,245 claims that attorneys were … Continue reading