What is litigation?

Our company provides litigation services in order to help with any dispute that may arise during a commercial deal.

Things like this can happen between different businesses, or employers and employees.

Issues which come up in litigation can be about things like contracts, banking and deceptive transactions, mergers or acquisitions, regulatory problems or competition. They can also be about corporate leadership or a company restructure.

What are the benefits of litigation?

A lot of people think about lawyers when they hear about lawsuits, but there are other things that can go on before a case gets to court. However, court battles are expensive and cause a lot of harm to relationships in business. This is why they’re often avoided.

Leading law firms usually have litigation experts and dispute resolution specialist. This is especially true of firms who employ a lot of lawyers with experience in court proceedings.

When you’re training, your work starts with either writing memos researching topics related to law or crafting legal documents.

As you master the basics and gain experience, you will start to be responsible for more complicated tasks.

Litigators work with colleagues and outside agencies in other departments and rely heavily on the support of other teams to do their jobs.

Litigation can change a lot over time, requiring lawyers to divorce themselves from the immediacy of a single event and create an ongoing vulnerability management framework.

The U.K. is also seeing similar trends to America, with a rise in class-action lawsuits, protests about expensive trials and 3rd party funding for legal fees among other changes.

What is good litigation?

A litigator needs to be an excellent communicator and be able to negotiate well. Their prime focus is to make a strong and sound case for the client.

You’ll need to be well educated and to be able to tackle new challenges flexibly.

To be a successful litigator, be aware of the commercial aspects of lawsuits, have knowledge of the legal aspects and present facts in a clear and persuasive way.