Dispute Resolution

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Our Dispute Resolution team represents clients across all industry sectors – whether before the Courts, in arbitrations or in mediation. As with the wider team at Whitney Moore, decisive problem-solving and risk management characterise our approach. Drawing on our technical ability, as well as our long experience of representing commercial clients in contentious matters, we devise effective strategies to deliver pragmatic, business-driven results in a cost-effective manner.

Effective dispute resolution is accomplished most successfully with good advice and with a clear understanding of the options available. Our ethos of knowing our clients’ businesses, their concerns and key objectives – coupled with our team’s litigation experience – enables us to identify appropriate options and to devise strategies that achieve optimum results.

Our Dispute Resolution team handles a broad range of matters, including:

  • Commercial Disputes
  • Banking and Recoveries
  • Intellectual Property
  • Regulatory, Disciplinary and Compliance
  • Property Disputes
  • Defence and Insurance Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Judicial Review
  • Aviation Litigation
  • Product Liability
  • Liquor Licensing

Senior team members are routinely recognised in international legal directories. The Legal 500 EMEA 2018 recommends our Dispute Resolution team for its ‘practical and commercial approach’ across a varied caseload and praises practice head, John Lynch, as ‘a first-class tactical thinker’.  It also recommends Gerry Carroll, describing him as ‘an excellent communicator’, with Chambers Global 2018 praising him for being ‘thoughtful, strategic and prompt in responding.’ Chambers Europe 2018 notes that sources say ‘Whitney Moore is an excellent firm that provides highly professional and commercially driven advice.’

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