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How our corporate transaction solicitors can help

Buying and selling businesses is a significant undertaking. Often millions of pounds change hands; there can be pages of warranties, earn-out provisions, deferred consideration, consultancy periods and more.

Many corporate transactions go smoothly; however, for those that don’t, swift and specialist advice is essential. The complexity of the process involved means that when disputes arise, more so than any other types of litigation, the right expertise is key.

Although it may seem the obvious choice to contact the transaction lawyers who drafted the original documents, they may not give you the clear and objective advice that is key to understanding your position and devising the best possible strategy to achieve your objectives.

We tailor our advice to your specific requirements, risks and sector niches and deliver a cost-effective solution, avoiding court intervention wherever possible.

Highly experienced corporate dispute resolution lawyers

Our Dispute Resolution team is one of the largest and most experienced in the Midlands and is consistently recognised as a ‘Top Tier’ department by The Legal 500 for commercial litigation services.

We have developed an enviable local and national reputation for advising on large and complex corporate transaction disputes, regularly dealing with issues such as:

  • Deferred consideration
  • Warranty and indemnity claims
  • Completion accounts
  • Earn-outs
  • Springboard injunctions
  • Joint ventures
  • Share options

We have a fantastic record of achieving resolutions without formal proceedings, but where that is required, we have a wealth of experience in disputes in the specialist divisions of the High Court, arbitration proceedings and expert determination proceedings.

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