Regardless of the size of your business, at some point you are likely to require help to resolve a commercial or internal company dispute. Whether you are bringing a claim to the table or defending one, or you just need commercial advice, we have a team of experienced resolution specialists who can provide advice and assistance. Our commercial disputes team will be happy to represent you and we’ll work to get you the best possible outcome for your case.
Resolving a dispute doesn’t have to be costly. Working with Foys Solicitors means you’ll have access to expert assistance at a price that doesn’t break the bank. Our lawyers are well versed in dealing with company disputes so you don’t have to worry about managing a frustrating situation alone. Ultimately, Foys is dedicated to getting results.
We can provide help with the following types of company issues:
- Partnership/company/director disputes
- Employer/employee disputes
- Disputes regarding quality issues that arise out of the sale of goods and supply of services
- Interpretation of contracts and contractual terms
- The recovery of unpaid monies and invoices, as well as defending such claims
- Commercial property disputes
- Professional negligence claims
Whatever your claim and irrespective of the type of dispute you’re experiencing, Foys Solicitors can work with you to achieve the solution you’re looking for. We’ll use our expertise, gained through years of working with companies like yours, to give you useful and beneficial legal advice.
Securing our services
At Foys, we believe that everyone should be able to benefit from our services. Because of this, we have implemented a variety of ways in which you can pay our costs. If we carry out work for you on an hourly basis, we provide estimates of costs and set limits on the work we do, based on what you can afford. We can investigate whether insurance funding is available for your case, and in some situations consider whether we can enter into a conditional fee agreement (no win no fee) in order to act on your behalf. This means that you’ll only pay a fee if you win your case.
For smaller legal matters, we often carry out work on a fixed fee basis, agreed with you beforehand, to limit your exposure to costs. We will also advise on the likelihood of recovering any costs from another party involved.