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Dispute Resolution

Even the best run businesses can find themselves involved in disputes whether with their customers, suppliers, advisers or as a result of conflict within the business itself.

Dealing with disputes ties up valuable management time and can damage reputation and commercial relationships.

Strategic Approach

We will work with you to quickly get on top of the issues associated with your dispute and help you to devise a strategy to achieve an outcome which is aligned to your commercial objectives as well as being realistic and cost effective. We offer transparency on costs and a range of funding options.

Flexibility and Commitment

We are committed to mediation, arbitration and other means of alternative dispute resolution. We are also formidable litigators.

The Benefit of Hindsight

There are often steps that can be taken to avoid the most common forms of dispute or to place yourself in an advantageous position should a dispute arise. We will work with you to implement those steps and to reduce the risk of similar disputes occurring in the future.

Key Services

  • Contract disputes
    • Supply of goods and service agreements
    • Business sale and purchase agreements
    • Partnership agreements
  • Business Disputes
    • Shareholder's disputes
    • Director's disputes and breach of duty claims
    • Franchise disputes
    • Warranty claims
  • Professional negligence claims
  • Restrictive covenant litigation
  • Injunctions and emergency remedies
  • Defamation and malicious falsehood claims
  • Construction disputes

Recognition by the Latest Legal Directories

Legal 500, 2015

Langleys Solicitors LLP, led by practice head Graeme Stenson, is experienced in advising on shareholder and partnership disputes and warranty claims.


"Experienced in advising on shareholder and partnership disputes and warranty claims"

Legal 500, 2015

"At Langleys Solicitors LLP, practice head Graeme Stenson handles Inheritance Act cases and claims to the Pensions Ombudsman, as well as general contractual and negligence matters."

Legal 500, 2014