Disputes are an inevitable part of any business, introducing unwanted risk and high stress.

They also create a distraction that takes you away from what you do best and where you need to be.Ranging from day to day commercial disagreements through to business critical claims, each dispute will require its own unique response.And that is where we can help.

Whatever the dispute concerns, businesses need agile advisors who truly understand their business.  Our award-winning dispute resolution team understand that your priority is to focus on your business whilst we deal with the dispute for you.

Why Choose Foot Anstey

Disputes are at the heart of what we do and we are experts in assessing the risks your business faces and tactically advising on the best way to deal with a dispute. By understanding your strategic aims we approach matters with dispute avoidance in mind, while also being there to pick up the pieces if things go wrong. Our experts explain what we think you should do and make sure that you achieve the best result at the right time.

We have a proven track record in pursuing, defending and resolving business claims. Our clients range from large multinationals and financial institutions through to local owner-managed businesses and SMEs and we advise regularly on both domestic and international disputes.

In all cases we understand the cost risks imposed by litigation and have adopted a flexible and innovative approach to pricing, working closely with funders and insurers to provide workable and effective solutions to our business clients.

Our People

Our team of expert dispute resolution lawyers are here to help and are experienced in dealing with complex, high-level matters.

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What our clients say

“They worked with us as a team to ensure the claim progressed smoothly and efficiently, taking account of our aims, objectives and experiences and always keeping a firm eye on the end game.”

Chambers UK guide 2019/20

The team “became an expert on the issue, which was very technical, and was able to summarise key issues from a mass of data and show commendable sensitivity when dealing with those of a non-legal background.”

Chambers UK guide 2019/20

SRA Transparency Rules

The SRA’s 2018 Transparency Rules require all regulated law firms, who publish as part of their usual business that they offer certain services, to supply information on the prices they charge. By clicking the link you will find our pricing transparency documentation.

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