Commercial Litigation at Hunt & Coombs Solicitors

Commercial Litigation

At some point in our lives many of us will end up in a hard-to-resolve dispute with someone - whether it is an employee, a neighbour, a tenant or someone we are doing business with. Our Commercial Litigation team will help you to resolve that dispute either by negotiation or, if necessary, court action. We can help with the following:

Contractual Disputes

We can advise you on how to deal with disputes arising from Commercial contracts including construction disputes.

Professional Negligence

We can advise you if you feel that a professional you have employed has been negligent or if you are a professional yourself against whom an allegation of negligence has been made.

Shareholder or Partnership Disputes

We can act for you to resolve disputes about company or partnership affairs.


We can help to seek financial recovery in fraud cases or to defend you if you are the subject of freezing or disclosure orders.

Property Litigation

We can act for you in matters concerning business lease renewals, possession proceedings, dilapidation claims, agricultural tenancy matters and boundary disputes.

Debt Recovery

To provide you with the accurate and relevant pricing information to help you make a considered decision when choosing and purchasing legal services from our Debt Recovery team please visit our Legal fees for Debt Recovery page or contact us using the details below.

Employment Problems

If you have a problem with your employees, we can advise and represent you. We can also work with you to prevent problems from arising and make sure your practices stay within the law.

Contact Us

For further information on how our Commercial Litigation Team can help you and your business please contact Helen Townsend or Jasdeep Rai on 01733 882800 or email the Commercial Litigation Team at


We are accredited in a number of areas to provide you with the confidence that you will receive the highest quality legal advice and service.

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