We were appointed by our client in relation to its final account dispute in connection with an exciting project to create a new visitor exhibition space within a prominent British landmark.
We acted for the Claimants in a multi-party dispute concerning a range of defects with a new build property which they had purchased for approximately £1.5 million.
We acted for the owners of a highly unusual and experimental residential property, which featured prominently some years ago on a popular television show.
We acted for our client in relation to a disputed final account and contra charge claim with its mechanical and electrical subcontractor.
We acted for our client in connection with a dispute arising from a complex project involving the refurbishment and conversion of a number of buildings into new classrooms and staff facilities at an independent school.
We were instructed in relation to a significant dispute arising from a utilities reinstatement framework agreement covering a large region of England.
James Cradick has advised a leading distributor of fruit in relation to commercial issues arising from the operation of and compliance with the licensing regime overseen by the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (“the GLA”).
James Cradick represents a high profile freight forwarder and their French based liability insurers in dispute with Taiwanese forwarders arising out of an alleged claim for delayed delivery of high value computer equipment.
James Cradick acts on behalf of a number of suppliers of fruit in relation to cross border disputes arising out of sale and supply contracts and agreements.
James Cradick acted in an arbitration on behalf of Ukrainian commodity traders in relation to a multi-million US Dollar dispute arising out of shipments of Ukrainian Yellow Corn.
James Cradick represented Cypriot oil brokers in a multi-million US Dollar dispute arising from unpaid brokerage fees. The dispute involved one of the world’s largest oil companies, a tanker arrested in Sri Lanka and arbitrations pending in both Singapore and London.
We acted for a national charity on the rights of allotment holders occupying land needed by Charity for further development and taking steps to secure possession of the allotment land. In isolation, the plots seem of little importance. However, unless possession is secured, the significant planned development cannot proceed. The development is being funded by a substantial government grant, which adds another level of urgency and complexity. The lead Real Estate Litigation lawyer is Mark Steggles and the process is ongoing.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Dispute Resolution team who advised Watts Farm on a dispute arising from a demand from its water supplier for payment of back-dated charges totalling £250,000. Watts Farm is a 300 acre farm based in Kent, which specialises in growing and importing high quality herbs, soft fruit and vegetables.
One of the benefits of a well run arbitration is that it will usually produce a quicker result for the parties than formal litigation through national courts. Ensuring that your Tribunal is comprised of one or more experienced arbitrators is one key element in ensuring that the process is managed efficiently.
A farmer acting in person has successively persuaded the Court of Appeal to set aside an order of the Commercial Court made against him which granted permission to enforce an arbitration award under 66 of the Arbitration Act 1996.
James Cradick has acted on behalf of one of Russia’s largest mining companies on instructions received via their trading office in Switzerland in several linked LCIA arbitrations arising from the non-payment of shipments of coal to India.
James Cradick acted on behalf of the administrators of a development company in a multi million pound insurance dispute arising from the collapse of a hotel in London during a complex project to convert the hotel into high end domestic properties.
James Cradick acted on behalf of a leading German manufacturer and processor of sunflower seed oil in a dispute with one of the worlds largest commodity traders. The client’s were purchasers.
The firm has a long history of acting on behalf of businesses trading internationally.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Dispute Resolution team who recently advised Adelphi Masterfil on intellectual property and tactically how best to protect its position.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Commercial Property & Development and Construction & Engineering teams who have recently advised Gravesham Borough Council on the development of the first new Council houses in Gravesend for 16 years.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Dispute Resolution team who advise a wide range of commercial landlords in relation to recovering rent arrears from tenants or other parties. This case study looks at the ability of a landlord to claim rent from a previous tenant.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Construction & Engineering team who acted for a specialist roofing contractor in relation to a very urgent matter caused by our client's supplier of York stone going into liquidation.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Construction & Engineering team who acted for specialist roofing contractor in relation to a dispute with a hostile lead-working subcontractor, who commenced an adjudication.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Construction & Engineering team who acted for a main contractor in relation to a complex multi-party dispute arising from issues with the roofing to a large auditorium roof at a London school.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Corporate, Commercial, Employment and Dispute Resolution teams who worked closely together to secure a successful outcome for our client, seamlessly managing unfair dismissal and unfair prejudice claims side-by-side and offering the client a single point of contact in relation to both claims.
This case study demonstrates the expertise of our Construction & Engineering team who acted for The Royal British Legion over a 20-month period in relation to a £2 million+ dispute that arose in relation to the construction of a new specialist dementia care facility and the re-build of the substantial part of an existing nursing home in Norfolk.