Our clients instructed us after being served with an interim injunction application and claim wrongly alleging misuse of confidential information belonging to a business they had established, but subsequently sold to the claimant.
Restricting the effect of a claim against our client, and helping secure an ongoing business relationship, and negotiate a settlement
We were instructed by the UK subsidiary of a leading international retail group, in connection with a claim which was brought by one of its customers. The claim arose from a supply contract entered into almost a decade ago.
Our client acquired a new business last year under a purchase agreement, paying over £1,000,000 to the seller. Shortly after the purchase was completed, our client discovered anomalies in the accounts of the acquired business.
Protecting a client’s directorship when a dispute arises with a fellow director within the same company
We acted for the director of a company based in the South East of England in relation to a dispute that arose between him and one of the other directors.
Thomson Snell & Passmore recently acted for the shareholders of Orpington Timber & Building Supplies Limited (OTBS) in relation to the sale of the company to Covers Timber & Building Merchants Limited.
Thomson Snell & Passmore recently acted for Alexandre Boyes, the Tunbridge Wells based agents, in relation to their acquisition of the sales and lettings business of FoxWood Maclean’s Edenbridge branch.
The corporate team recently advised Lavender & Lillie Limited, a Kent based company which was established to supply luxury goods,
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.
The firm has a long history of acting on behalf of businesses trading internationally.
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.