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.
Tour de Cotswolds
Paul Roberts, Head of our Employment Department, has completed a 100 mile ride to raise funds for our client, St Giles Hospice. The route included four climbs in the Cotswolds including some which will be used in the Tour of … Continue reading
Age is no barrier as Keelys backs experience of life
Here at Keelys we have been raising a glass to two employees, who have both turned 70. Sue Morris and Yvonne Price are showing no signs of taking things easy as they move into their eighth decade. Secretary Sue joined … Continue reading
Homeowners triumph in claim against the garden’s most unwelcome plant
The mere mention of Japanese Knotweed is enough to send a chill down many a home buyer or seller. A hugely destructive plant, it can spell the end for many a property transaction and it’s for this reason that a … Continue reading
Civil Partnerships set for all after heterosexual couple win case
News that a heterosexual couple have won a lengthy legal bid for the right to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage could transform many people’s lives. The recent Supreme Court ruling in favour of London couple, Rebecca Steinfeld … Continue reading