Corporate and Contractual Disputes

MBM Commercial are experts at handling your business’s disputes. Our focus is simple: we aim to resolve the issue as quickly and cost-efficiently for your business as possible. We look at the bigger picture and are focused on solving problems in a way that causes minimal impact to your business.

Commercial disputes in business can arise from a variety of circumstances, ranging from contract disagreements to issues related to intellectual property.

Common types of commercial disputes include contract breaches, where parties may disagree on the terms or fulfilment of a contractual agreement. Employment-related disputes, such as wrongful termination or breach of employment contracts, can also emerge.

Additionally, conflicts may arise over the ownership or use of intellectual property, including trademarks, copyrights, and patents.

Competition disputes, disagreements with suppliers or customers, and conflicts over non-disclosure agreements are other frequent sources of commercial disputes.

Resolving these issues often requires legal expertise to navigate the complexities of business law and reach fair and efficient resolutions that protect the interests of all parties involved.

These occur when parties involved in a contract disagree about the terms or obligations outlined in the agreement. Disputes can arise due to various reasons such as misunderstandings, breaches, or failure to fulfil contractual obligations.

Disagreements that arise between divisions of the same company.

The failure of one party to fulfil its obligations as specified in a legally binding agreement without a valid excuse. A breach of contract can occur through non-performance, incomplete performance, or actions that violate the terms and conditions outlined in the contract.

A hostile takeover happens when one company seeks to acquire another against the wishes of the target company's management or board of directors. It typically involves the acquirer bypassing traditional negotiation channels and directly approaching shareholders or using aggressive tactics to gain control of the target company.

These disputes arise among shareholders of a company and can involve disagreements over corporate governance or other matters related to the management and direction of the company. Shareholder disputes may arise due to conflicts of interest, breaches of fiduciary duty, or perceived unfair treatment.

Deceptive or illegal activities carried out by individuals or entities within a corporation with the intention of obtaining financial gain or other benefits at the expense of shareholders, investors, or other stakeholders. Examples of corporate fraud include accounting fraud and embezzlement.

The legal process of barring an individual from serving as a director or holding certain positions of authority within a company. Directors may be disqualified due to reasons such as bankruptcy, fraud, misconduct, or failure to meet legal and regulatory requirements governing directorial roles.

In a recent situation requiring legal advice and assistance, MBM Commercial provided us with the feeling of complete assurance that only comes from someone that has sufficient experience and ability to be entirely on top of the process. MBM was extremely quick to grasp the essential elements of the situation and then had the care, diligence and skill to look after our interests completely.

Contact our Commercial Disputes Solicitors in Edinburgh & London Today

Whether you require representation in traditional court proceedings or prefer alternative dispute resolution methods, our experienced team is well-equipped to guide you through the process.

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