A man has been removed as an executor of his mother’s will after his brother complained that he was obstructing the administration of the estate. The case involved three brothers; two of them were executors of her will. Following several years of disagreement, one of the brothers raised a petition seeking the removal of the
Contracts are often at the heart of every business. Our team are experienced in assisting commercial clients navigate through contractual disputes, and understand the importance of taking a practical and commercial approach.
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We will work with you to understand your aims, and can assist you in taking a strategic approach from the outset.
We are sensitive to wider commercial considerations and will discuss with you how we can achieve your wider goals. Often, alternative dispute resolution can be explored if it’s important to maintain an ongoing commercial relationship with the other party. If litigation is unavoidable, we will do what we can to be economic and practical, and can help you to find the quickest and most cost-effective resolution to the dispute.
We deal with a wide range of contractual disputes including:-
- Debt claims
- Supply of goods or services disputes
- Product liability claims
- Misrepresentation claims
- Intellectual Property disputes
We assist clients from a broad range of sectors and appreciate that it is important to be aware of the market and sector that your business is operating in. We advise clients from a wide variety of sectors including:
- Oil and gas
- Professional services
Our recent experience includes:
- Acting on behalf of a manufacturer within the oil and gas industry on a product liability claim of over £1.5m relating to a unit already operational in the field;
- Advising on a contractual dispute involving bespoke highly valuable luxury security doors; and
- Advising a construction contractor on a complex dispute with a sub-contractor.
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