At Lupton Fawcett, we take a pragmatic approach to resolving disputes and believe that no one should spend time, energy and money on court cases if they can reasonably avoid doing so.
Sometimes, disputes arise that cannot be resolved without external assistance. Unless you receive the right advice about pursuing or defending your claim, and winning costs back from your opponent, the legal process can seem daunting and can end up being incredibly costly.
Our team of dispute management solicitors will work closely with you from the outset to identify your needs, define legally enforceable and affordable outcomes, and help you choose the right solution. We have experience dealing with:
Types of Dispute Resolution
Our dedicated dispute management department is experienced in all courts, and in all forms of dispute resolution, including litigation, mediation, arbitration, adjudication and expert determination. To find out more, take a look at our alternative dispute resolution page.
We will take time to explore all of the options for resolving your dispute, including out of court settlements. What's more, we will fight hard to secure the best possible outcome for employees. In addition, we will always be open about the associated costs, so you can make informed choices throughout the process.
Above all, our team of lawyers knows that while winning does come at a price, we will aim to give the highest quality advice throughout the legal process. We will also aim to dedicate most of our time to staying one step ahead of your adversaries, rather than wasting countless and unnecessary hours in court and the cost that entails.
Contact us for help
We provide advice on a wide range of legal issues to clients around Yorkshire and beyond from our offices in Leeds, York and Sheffield. For an initial discussion on the specific details of your case, get in touch with our solicitors today using our contact details below.
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