It's an accepted fact that disputes will almost inevitably arise during the course of running a business. Often unexpected, the key to dealing with disputes successfully is to act quickly and decisively; any negative impact on your business needs to be contained swiftly to minimise disruption. Dispute resolution lawyers are skilled in identifying particular issues and using their knowledge and expertise to help you achieve resolution as swiftly and as amicably as possible.

Commercial litigation lawyers through Oratto

Oratto is an online platform to help consumers choose and connect with a lawyer who is skilled in commercial litigation. It links experienced, high end lawyers with those who need legal services.

When a commercial dispute arises it's essential to act quickly to secure the best outcome for all parties involved. An Oratto member commercial litigation solicitor will be able to begin advising you immediately. You can choose a lawyer yourself from the list on this page, or you can send your details through to Oratto. We have a Match facility which can be used to identify the right solicitor for your needs.

The detriment of commercial disputes

Disputes crop up in many different commercial law areas and they can have a very negative influence upon business. Acting quickly to keep any disruption to a minimum is essential, and your chosen solicitor will be used to dealing with a broad range of topics. Some of the most common areas of dispute include:

  • Commercial land and property disputes
  • Commercial contract disputes
  • Shareholder and Director disputes
  • Partnership disputes
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Breach of contract

What is ADR

Along with recognised methods of dispute resolution such as adjudication and arbitration, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is the collective term given to other methods of solving commercial disputes that do not involve going to court. The most widely used is mediation, followed by conciliation as another option.

Using ADR as a dispute resolution process

In a scenario where clear, commercial advice on disputes is needed, the particular benefits of ADR should be considered. It is very likely to be quicker and cheaper than the traditional, court-based route, it's ideal for use in situations where commercially-sensitive information is being handled - because it remains absolutely confidential - and it avoids the need for prolonged and potentially stressful litigation.

Oratto member commercial litigation lawyers are ideally placed to give advice and guidance on any dispute that has arisen in your business. Contact Oratto today for support in resolving your commercial dispute.