If you have agreed to contract with a third party and they fail to deliver on it or perform their duties, it can be frustrating. It can be potentially damaging to your own business reputation and cause financial issues. We advise on a range of contractual disputes and our experience includes claims for:
Breach of warranty
Working closely with our Corporate and Commercial Team, following the sale or purchase of businesses/business assets, we will review and consider the options available to you to help you decide whether you have a claim
Failure to perform
Sometimes your suppliers, consultants, agents, etc. can let you down. We will assess what rights you have under your contract (whether that contract is oral or in writing) and advise you on what you are entitled to claim.
If you haven’t been paid for your work or services, we will pursue the debtor to seek recovery of the sums due, either through the courts or another form of alternative dispute resolution.
A late delivery of goods and services can sometimes severely impact your ability to complete a job or deliver to your own customers on time. We will assess what rights you have under your contract and advise you on what you are entitled to and the options available to you to pursue a positive outcome.
Defective products and quality complaints
Sometimes businesses don’t get what they pay for and a manufacturer or supplier’s standards and / or products fall short of the quality you expect. Our specialist team are experienced in dealing with claims arising out of defective products and where products are not of satisfactory quality, and can advise you on what you are entitled to.
Claims in relation to Personal Guarantees
Company directors and owners are often required to personally guarantee the obligations of their businesses. If you are being pursued under the terms of a Personal Guarantee, the potential effect can be devastating. We will assess the validity of the guarantee and advise on your options.
Service standards disputes
Sometimes businesses don’t get what they pay for and the standard of services provided fall short of the quality you expect. We will assess what rights you have under your contract and advise you on what you are entitled to under its terms and the options available to you to pursue a positive outcome and/ or resolution.
Sale of goods disputes
Sometimes the quality or quantity of goods purchased may fall short of the quality and amount you expect. Other times, goods may get damaged in transit or delivery may be delayed. Our specialist team will be able to guide you through these types of claims quickly and efficiently, with minimum impact to your business.
Find out more from our Dispute Resolution team
Get in contact with our team by using the contact form on this page, calling or emailing on firstname.lastname@example.org