Commercial litigation law
An individual who has suffered damages caused by another entity can choose to bring a litigation case. The person initiating the case will be the claimant and will be bringing it against the defendant who may have caused the personal injury or damages. In a situation where the business or commercial sector gets involved commercial litigation law is used. Commercial litigation law revolves around businesses filing lawsuits against other businesses, individuals filing against businesses or businesses against individuals.
The reason for disputes arising between businesses may be due to the rise in competitive markets or unfair competition. It is these simple disputes that lead up to choosing the option of commercial litigation. Disputes regarding commercial transactions may lead to a negative effect on that particular business. If two companies are involved in a similar kind of dispute there is a breach of trust and damages caused. This can lead to either one of the parties filing for litigation. For the protection of their interest the company will hire a lawyer excelling in the field of commercial litigation law. Commercial litigation law revolves around solving cases related to breaches of contract, employment disputes, debt collection, shareholder issues, disputes over partnerships and issues regarding franchises just to name a few.
Some claims made tend to be of a very technical nature, which require a detailed knowledge of the law. However, a lot of research and application of legal knowledge is also essential. Lawyers specialising in commercial litigation law find it to be one of the more interesting fields of law as it provides cases of a varied nature with technical disputes. This makes handling them even more challenging and appealing.
If you would like to obtain legal advice on commercial litigation law, Caven can put you in touch with a local commercial litigation solicitor free of charge. So, if you have any questions or would like our help in finding local commercial litigation solicitors please call us at 08001 221 2299 or complete the web-form above.
- Last Updated on 02/03/2010