Menu
Quick search
Dispute Resolution is at the very heart of what we do. We recognise the strain that disputes put our clients under and our dispute resolution team work tirelessly to know the full legal context of your position to understand how we can assist.

Quick search the Dispute Resolution services:

You, Dispute Resolution
& Ince, in any case

We act in cases ranging from simple contract disputes to some of the biggest and most complex disputes against the largest companies and institutions in the world.

We advise upon ways of avoiding costly litigation wherever practicable and will guide you through alternative dispute resolution solutions such as arbitration and mediation.

Our international case management is second to none. We marshal our network of offices, overseas law firms, expert witnesses and counsel and provide You with a turn-key international dispute resolution service, remaining as Your key point of contact throughout.

Commercial disputes

We will work with you to understand the full commercial and legal context of your position. We will weigh the merits of contending interests and identify strengths and weaknesses in your position so that you are able to effectively manage any risk to you and your business. We will hold at the forefront of everything we do. We will work out the most appropriate and cost-effective strategy for you. We will act forcefully and aggressively when required whilst balancing such action with the need to remain sensitive to any commercial concerns and achieving.

Personal disputes

We recognise and are acutely aware of the particular pressures, both financial and emotional, upon clients who become involved in personal disputes. Alongside our in-depth experience we are empathetic and we will work closely with you to quickly identify, advise upon and work to achieve the best solution for you.

Litigation can be expensive and may involve a considerable financial commitment for clients involved in personal disputes. We will review available funding options with you and provide costs estimates so that you are able to determine at the outset how best to proceed and how you will fund the action we will take on your behalf. We will keep you regularly and fully informed of costs all along the way to your solution.

Reputation management, defamation and privacy

A business or individual reputation may have taken decades to evolve, and it can be lost in minutes. Our clients range from household celebrity names to global corporations – but much of our work here is undertaken behind the scenes, never seeing the light of day.

In protecting your name or essential goodwill, or your confidential information being misused or disseminated, we deploy hard, legal power (data or FOI requests, injunctions) alongside other ‘softer’ techniques and, frequently, other specialists, such as public relations consultancies.

We can advise to the tightest of deadlines – a given where online media is concerned – to prevent or minimise adverse reporting or dissemination – and the consequent damage to reputation.

Motoring offences

We have a specialist driving offences team that can provide you with advice on various motoring offence matters, including but not limited to: careless driving, dangerous driving, driving licence revocations and medical appeal cases. 

We also provide specialist advice where driving licences have been revoked or not renewed on medical grounds, and on a range of issues relative to organisations in the motor trade who rely upon the use of the roads.

 

Download our brochures to find out more.

Fee estimates:

Debt recovery up to £100,000
Motoring offences

Tags:

Data protection / Fraud / Libel and Slander / Motoring offences / Misuse of Confidential information / Restrictive covenants / Professional negligence / Reputational issues / dispute resolution / Fraud and White Collar Crime / Banking and Financing disputes / Employment / restructuring Insolvency / Insurance disputes / Insurance market disputes / International arbitration / Intellectual Property / Media and Tech / Litigation / Litigation funding / Personal injury / Ports and maritime infrastructure / Trusts Professional indemnity / Contentious probate / Inheritance Act claims

A global team with local strengths

  • Office locations
  • Global reach and expertise

News & insights on Dispute Resolution

Insights / Ince’s Quick Guide to Tailoring Your Dispute Resolution Clauses

29-06-2020 /

We have drafted the following quick guide from a UAE perspective outlining some of the key factors that should to be considered when deciding on which dispute resolution mechanism to incorporate into your contract.

Ince’s Quick Guide to Tailoring Your Dispute Resolution Clauses

News / Steps to minimise your estate being the subject of a dispute

12-06-2020 /

Covid-19 has forced us all to consider scenarios that were previously unthinkable. As we are having to spend an extended period of time in isolation, in accordance with Government guidance, we have the time to start considering the matters which we often avoid talking about and dealing with, particularly lifetime and estate planning.

Steps to minimise your estate being the subject of a dispute

Insights / Covid-19: How has this impacted Singapore as a dispute resolution forum?

21-05-2020 /

The outbreak of Covid-19 has had a significant impact on how parties are able to commence and continue the conduct of dispute resolution proceedings, especially at the transnational level.

Covid-19: How has this impacted Singapore as a dispute resolution forum?

News / What happens if you can’t perform your contract as a result of Covid-19; Force majeure and doctrine of frustration in the context of Covid-19

29-04-2020 /

Whilst the health and wellbeing of society as a whole is at the forefront of everyone’s minds, business owners are likely to have additional concerns in circumstances where it is difficult, or in some cases impossible, to perform contracts entered into prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. Those businesses who are unable to perform their obligations under the contract, will need to review the terms of the contract itself to see if they are able to avoid or mitigate a liability which could otherwise amount to a breach of contract.

What happens if you can’t perform your contract as a result of Covid-19; Force majeure and doctrine of frustration in the context of Covid-19

News / The Coronavirus Bill/The Coronavirus Act 2020 – What does it mean for Dispute Resolution?

25-03-2020 /

As I write this article I wonder whether, by the time it is finished, it will still be current. The news is developing so quickly that we are running out of paper (or would be if so much of it hadn’t already been stockpiled...). The Government is doing all it can and that means legislation. The “Coronavirus Bill” is now available widely online and can be found on the Parliamentary publications website (link here). It runs to 329 pages and it is suggested in the bill that it could remain in place until March 2022.

The Coronavirus Bill/The Coronavirus Act 2020 – What does it mean for Dispute Resolution?

News / The Effect of Covid-19 to Dispute Resolution

25-03-2020 /

As I continue to follow updates, news broadcasts, and press conferences whilst working from home, it strikes me how difficult it is to absorb all of the new, and ever changing information being provided to us. These changes are having a huge impact on society as a whole and we have to adjust.

The Effect of Covid-19 to Dispute Resolution

Sign-up for email updates

All fields marked * are mandatory

Share this page: