Civil

Experienced in both litigation and alternative forms of dispute resolution, our specialist civil barristers offer a wealth of experience and expertise with civil law cases, which enables us to provide an efficient and effective nationwide service.

 

We give every single case the care and attention it deserves, with clients consistently receiving high quality advice and representation from all levels of experienced Counsel. Communication is of the upmost importance and we aim to keep you informed at every stage of our involvement. Our assistance is accessible when you need it via Counsel or the clerks, who are available to answer any queries or recommend suitable Counsel for your case.

 

Our Civil Team is sensitive to the commercial demands placed upon clients; paperwork is routinely completed within 14 das of receipt, or sooner where circumstances demand, and we are always prepared to offer competitive fixed and capped fees before we undertake any work.

 

Members are also experienced in avoiding disputes by providing effective non-contentious advice and in alternative forms of dispute resolution including mediation and arbitration.

 

Areas of expertise

Bankruptcy
Building
Chancery
Compulsory Purchase
Commercial
Contracts
Employment and Discrimination
Housing and Social Welfare
Immigration
Insolvency
Intellectual Property
Judicial Review
Land and Property Law
Local Government
Personal Injury
Professional Negligence
Road Traffic Offences
Regulatory Law
Sale of Goods and Consumer Credit
Town and Country Planning
Trust Disputes particularly between co-owners
Wills and Probate

 

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Contact information
KCH Garden Square
1 Oxford Street,
Nottingham, NG1 5BH.
Telephone +44 (0) 115 941 8851
Fax: +44 (0) 115 941 4169
DX 10042 Nottingham
96a New Walk,
Leicester, LE1 7EA.
Telephone +44 (0) 116 298 7500
Fax +44 (0) 116 298 7501
DX 17003 Leicester 2

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