Business Disputes & Litigation
- Breach of contract
- Commercial disputes
- Contractual disputes
- Company law disputes
- Defamation & malicious falsehood
- Injunctive relief
- Intellectual property infringements
- Partnership and shareholder disputes
- Professional negligence
- Property and land disputes
- Representing an international insurance company in a multi-party dispute over a six-figure sum
- Successfully defended a claim at court for Defamation and Malicious Falsehood
- Prepared an interim injunction to be taken out due to a breach of covenant
- Advised on the termination of sponsorship agreement in place with a professional sports club
- Advised on a complex shareholder dispute and share purchase
- Prepared and served an injunction to enforce a restrictive covenant in a deed of transfer
- Advising in a shareholder dispute and preparing a S.994 Companies Act claim for unfair prejudice against a minority shareholder.
- Commercial litigation acting for a franchise holders against franchisees for breach of franchise agreement.
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“As Legal Counsel with an international insurer, I commend Graeme for his assistance on one of our commercial disputes. He listened carefully to the without prejudice discussions, was pro-active in managing the instruction of barristers and corresponded robustly with the other side’s solicitors; ultimately enabling us to negotiate a favourable settlement against difficult opponents.”
– In-house lawyer
” 10/10 for your service, because of [Sonia] and her team…”
– Client in a long running land dispute
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