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无论是小的、简单的合同纠纷,还是大的、复杂的、针对国际大型公司的纠纷,我们都能处理。

我们经济、有效地为客户处理争议。为避免高昂的诉讼费用,根据案情,我们会建议客户通过仲裁、调解等其它途径解决争议。

我们尤其擅长处理跨国案件。我们能够调动全球各种资源(例如:我们自己的分所,当地律所、专家证人、出庭律师),为客户提供一站式的全程服务。

商业争议

接到案件后,我们将首先了解案情和客户的商业需求,评估案件的强弱,帮助客户识别案件(业务)的风险。我们将为客户把关,为客户提供最合适、最经济的解决方案。根据客户的需要,我们既可协助客户强硬地与对方对抗,也可出于商业考虑、采取较温和的争议解决策略。

个人争议

我们深刻理解和同情争议发生后客户所面临的经济上和精神上的压力。我们可以协助客户很快地找到最佳的解决方案。

诉讼往往会耗费客户个人大量的金钱。我们将与客户共同评估每个方案的成本,在案件初期帮助客户找到经济的解决方案。在案件处理过程中,我们将不时地关注案件的成本。

声誉管理、诽谤和隐私

一家公司或一个人建立自己的声誉,往往需要花费数十年的时间;而声誉又往往会毁于一旦。我们的客户有家喻户晓的名人,也有跨国公司,为了保护客户的声誉,我们的大部分工作往往需要在幕后进行,避免曝光。

当您的名誉或基本商誉受到侵害时,或您的信息被滥用或泄露时,我们既可采取强硬的法律措施(数据或FOI申请、禁令),也可采取其它温和的策略(通常是聘请公关专家)。

我们可以快速地为客户提供服务 - 尤其在网络媒体时代,为客户避免或减少负面报道,避免和减少由此造成的声誉损害。

交通违法

我们有一个专门协助客户处理交通违法的团队,能够处理各种交通违法,例如:不慎驾驶、危险驾驶、驾照吊销、医疗诉求等。

如果您的驾照因健康原因被吊销或未被续期,或遇到有关汽车交易组织的问题,我们都可提供相应的专业服务。

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新闻和见解— 争议解决

新闻 / Agreement for existing DIFC-LCIA arbitrations to be administered by LCIA

01-04-2022 / 航运

Decree No. 34 of 2021 concerning the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the ‘Decree’) came into force in September 2021 and aimed to streamline arbitration in Dubai by amalgamating it under one institution – the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (‘DIAC’). For a summary of the Decree’s contents.

Agreement for existing DIFC-LCIA arbitrations to be administered by LCIA

新闻 / Ince appoints new Joint Managing Partners for Dubai office

16-03-2022 / 航运

We have recently appointed Partners Mohamed El Hawawy and Alastair Holland as new Joint Managing Partners of our Dubai office. Mohamed and Alastair’s broad and extensive sector expertise, as well as their combined experience and networks in the UAE, strongly position them to lead our presence in the Middle East. As new Joint Managing Partners, they remain unequivocally committed to our clients and look forward to progressing our growth plans within the region.

Ince appoints new Joint Managing Partners for Dubai office

新闻 / The new Judicial Fees Law of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (the “KSA”) - an extraordinary development

11-03-2022 /

As an exceptional development to the KSA Court and Legal system, the Judicial Fees Law (the “New Law”) issued by the Council of Ministries by Royal Decree No. M/16 on 30/1/1443 (corresponding to 7 September 2021 G) will come into force for the Hijri date (corresponding to 14 March 2022 G) which is 180 days from when the New Law was published.

The new Judicial Fees Law of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (the “KSA”) - an extraordinary development

新闻 / Dubai International Arbitration Centre issues its new Arbitration Rules

08-03-2022 /

Decree No. 34 of 2021 concerning the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the “Decree”) came into force in September 2021 and aimed to streamline arbitration in Dubai. For a summary of the Decree’s contents, please see our articles here, here and here. Whilst a number of questions remain, the wait for the new Dubai International Arbitration Centre (“DIAC”) Rules is finally over and with that, a major layer of uncertainty in relation to arbitration in Dubai is removed.

Dubai International Arbitration Centre issues its new Arbitration Rules

新闻 / Ask the expert: Which type of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is best for you and your business?

17-01-2022 /

Due to increasing delays in Court Proceedings exacerbated by the pandemic, Alternative Dispute Resolution (known as ‘ADR’) is becoming more important than ever for businesses and individuals alike to resolve disputes.

Ask the expert: Which type of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is best for you and your business?

新闻 / Dilapidations – an avoidable headache for landlords and tenants

21-12-2021 / 房地产

The pandemic has forced many businesses to adapt. Arguably, one of the biggest changes was the mass move of staff from predominantly office-based working, to working from home and the encouragement of agile/flexible working.

Dilapidations – an avoidable headache for landlords and tenants

新闻 / Contribution in UAE chapter for fifth edition of the Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review

09-12-2021 /

We are very pleased to share that Mohamed El Hawawy, Joint Managing Partner and Monika Humphreys-Davies recently authored the UAE chapter of the fifth edition of The Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review.

Contribution in UAE chapter for fifth edition of the Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review

洞察力 / Giuffre v Prince Andrew: What happens next?

11-10-2021 /

Press coverage and speculation about Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre continues unabated, with the focus now on the Court proceedings. Whilst all eyes are on that process, Prince Andrew’s legal team’s approach to date, of avoidance rather than total engagement, has begun to solidify the public’s often-kept opinion that there is “no smoke without fire”.

Giuffre v Prince Andrew: What happens next?

洞察力 / New DIAC Decree aims to streamline arbitration in Dubai: Your questions answered

27-09-2021 / 航运

Decree No. 34 of 2021 concerning the Dubai International Arbitration Centre recently came into force, making a number of changes to the arbitration landscape in Dubai.

New DIAC Decree aims to streamline arbitration in Dubai: Your questions answered

洞察力 / New DIAC Decree aims to streamline arbitration in Dubai

20-09-2021 /

On 14 September 2021 the Government of Dubai issued Decree No. 34 of 2021 concerning the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the “Decree”), together with the Statute of Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the “Statute”).

New DIAC Decree aims to streamline arbitration in Dubai

新闻 / Which type of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is best for you and your business?

06-06-2021 /

Due to increasing delays in Court Proceedings exacerbated by the pandemic, Alternative Dispute Resolution (known as “ADR”) is becoming more important than ever for businesses and individuals alike to resolve disputes. Whilst some cases may require Court intervention to resolve a dispute, early involvement and use of the correct means of ADR can facilitate parties in setting aside their differences and in some cases enable them to reach an early resolution.

Which type of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is best for you and your business?

新闻 / Avoid Court delays with Alternative Dispute Resolution

25-05-2021 /

Recent media headlines have highlighted the delays in courts hearing trials in both criminal and civil proceedings. Prior to March 2020, the courts were already experiencing delays in listing hearings and trials, and this delay was further exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Avoid Court delays with Alternative Dispute Resolution

新闻 / EU and UK trade mark and registered design renewals

14-12-2020 /

Important notice for all EU trade mark and registered design rights owners: If you have EU trade mark or design registrations that are due for renewal between 1 January and 30 June 2021, important new changes will affect the renewal of your mirrored UK registration(s).

EU and UK trade mark and registered design renewals

新闻 / EU and UK address for service for trade mark and registered design owners

14-12-2020 /

With all existing EU and UK trade mark and design registrations, it is possible to register an address for service, which will then act as your trade mark representative.

EU and UK address for service for trade mark and registered design owners

新闻 / Re-introduction of Crown preference: Government prioritises public revenue streams over enterprise

30-11-2020 /

HMRC had preferential status up to 2003, until it was abolished under the Enterprise Act 2002, by the then Labour Government seeking to support entrepreneurs and their right to a second chance.

 Re-introduction of Crown preference: Government prioritises public revenue streams over enterprise

洞察力 / Dogs – a man’s best friend or landlord’s worst nightmare?

19-11-2020 /

The pandemic led to an increase in demand for many everyday items, from flour to toilet roll. It also saw a rise in demand for dogs and other domestic animals; as families decided to embrace their new working from home lifestyle by introducing a new, furry addition to their family.

Dogs – a man’s best friend or landlord’s worst nightmare?

洞察力 / Virtual witnessing of Wills: can the Wills Act 1837 advance in line with modern technology?

04-08-2020 /

The temporary amendments to the Wills Act provide a shift in the meaning of the word “presence” when witnessing a Will. Until now, the physical presence of a witness has been deemed essential. The amendments allow for witnesses to be “present” via video, therefore avoiding the requirement for people to physically meet.

Virtual witnessing of Wills: can the Wills Act 1837 advance in line with modern technology?

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

07-07-2020 /

We have previously published a Quick Guide on factors to take into account when deciding on a dispute resolution mechanism. As previously mentioned, the dispute resolution clause is often not given the attention it deserves by the contracting parties and is frequently referred to as the "midnight clause”.

Ince’s Quick Guide to Tailoring Your Dispute Resolution Clauses

洞察力 / Part 1: 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.

Part 1: Ince’s Quick Guide to Tailoring Your Dispute Resolution Clauses

新闻 / 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

洞察力 / 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?

新闻 / Ince Metcalfes expands Dispute Resolution team

05-05-2020 /

Bristol-based law firm Ince Metcalfes is pleased to welcome Holly Manners as an Associate to their expanding Dispute Resolution team.

Ince Metcalfes expands Dispute Resolution team

新闻 / 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

洞察力 / Tenants to be protected from eviction during Coronavirus crisis

26-03-2020 /

The Coronavirus Act 2020-2021 contains provisions to suspend evictions in the private rented sector during the Covid-19 crisis.

Tenants to be protected from eviction during Coronavirus crisis

新闻 / 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

新闻 / 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?

新闻 / Ministry of Law launches public consultation on allowing appeals to the High Court on questions of law arising from an arbitral award and other proposed amendments to Singapore's International Arbitration Act

08-07-2019 /

Background The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) has launched a public consultation to receive feedback on proposals to amend the International Arbitration Act (“IAA”). In its consultation paper, MinLaw has invited members of the public to provide feedback on a draft IAA Bill which, most notably, proposes the insertion of provisions to provide the option for parties to incorporate a right to appeal to the High Court on a question of law arising out of an award made in the proceedings, where parties have agreed to opt in to this mechanism.

Ministry of Law launches public consultation on allowing appeals to the High Court on questions of law arising from an arbitral award and other proposed amendments to Singapore's International Arbitration Act

新闻 / Hong Kong cements commitment to regional cooperation in arbitration

31-01-2019 /

The Hong Kong government has begun the year by affirming its commitment to regional collaboration in international arbitration and mediation through signing a Memorandum of Cooperation (“MoC”) with the Ministry of Justice of Japan. A copy of the MoC signed on 9 January 2019 can be accessed here.

Hong Kong cements commitment to regional cooperation in arbitration

新闻 / Creditor initiated bankruptcy proceedings in the UAE onshore courts

16-07-2018 /

The new UAE Bankruptcy Law, Law No. 9 of 2016 (the “Bankruptcy Law”), entered into force on 29 December 2016. It has been a welcome development by creditors as it presents another potential avenue for recoveries via winding up or restructuring process. In this article, we focus on the procedure that applies to a creditor wishing to commence bankruptcy proceedings against a debtor in the UAE onshore courts.

Creditor initiated bankruptcy proceedings in the UAE onshore courts

新闻 / The UAE introduces changes to challenging and enforcing arbitral awards in the country

16-07-2018 /

This year marks the adoption of the new Arbitration Law in the UAE (Federal Law No 6 of 2018 on Arbitration), which entered into force on 16 June 2018 In this article, we focus on the changes introduced by the Arbitration Law to the process of enforcement and challenging of certain arbitral awards in the UAE The ease of enforcement is one of the key criterion when choosing a dispute resolution mechanism and the new law has made significant changes to this process with the aim of making enforcement of arbitration awards a simpler process.

The UAE introduces changes to challenging and enforcing arbitral awards in the country

新闻 / Digging deep: utilising available legal tools for effective debt recovery

01-03-2018 /

The problem of debt recovery in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) remains of high interest to our clients both locally and abroad. In this article we want to highlight the tools that are available for debt recovery if you are prepared to put time and effort in it.

Digging deep: utilising available legal tools for effective debt recovery

新闻 / Our dispute resolution team played a pivotal part in insolvency law precedent

05-12-2017 /

Last week saw a first for the Administrative Court regarding the procedure in which an application was made by a Trustee in Bankruptcy The case of Simmonds v Pearce 2017 EWHC 3126 ended in the approved judgment of the Divisional Court following the first application for committal to prison based on the Certification Procedure' under CPR 8115

Our dispute resolution team played a pivotal part in insolvency law precedent

洞察力 / How to deal with a defamatory statement about your business

05-07-2017 /

We all have days where we feel like letting off steam. But what can you do if someone decides to vent their feelings online at your company’s expense?

How to deal with a defamatory statement about your business

新闻 / Comparison of the position under the UAE Commercial Companies Law and the DIFC regime

05-06-2017 /

This article compares the general principles that apply to directors' duties and liabilities in the UAE onshore with those applying in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) The comparison will be of interest to businesses that have both DIFC and onshore companies in their group structure as it gives an insight into the differences and the similarities between the two regimes

Comparison of the position under the UAE Commercial Companies Law and the DIFC regime

新闻 / Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre: a new forum for resolution of maritime disputes in the UAE

26-01-2017 / 航运

The Chairman of the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC), Sir Anthony Colman, has said that The primary function of EMAC is to provide flexible and neutral mechanisms to effortlessly settle disputes within the maritime sector in UAE Situated in Dubai, EMAC began operating in September 2016 and was officially launched in November 2016 With the establishment of EMAC, the UAE now has a specific set of rules and a forum for those in the maritime industry wishing to resolve their disputes in the Middle East regionnbsp

Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre: a new forum for resolution of maritime disputes in the UAE

新闻 / Mediation today – settlement or structural failure? – Adrian Bingham’s article in The Law Society Gazette

09-01-2017 / 房地产

Adrian Bingham's article was first published by The Law Society Gazette on 21 December 2016 Legal practitioners are increasingly impervious to the arts of mediation – but it can achieve remarkable results

Mediation today – settlement or structural failure? – Adrian Bingham’s article in The Law Society Gazette

新闻 / Iran sanctions - an Asia update

09-06-2016 /

In this update, we focus on the lifting of sanctions by Hong Kong and Singapore and the impact on businesses in both these major Asian countries.

Iran sanctions - an Asia update

新闻 / How parliamentary privilege can harm reputations without repercussions

13-04-2016 /

Robin Shaw's article was published by Spear's on 18 March 2016 Robin Shaw says the immunity may someday be challenged under the Human Rights Act.

How parliamentary privilege can harm reputations without repercussions

新闻 / Marshalling – nothing and then two come along at the same time

06-01-2016 /

Marshalling is an equitable principle. It has been explained as follows;

Marshalling – nothing and then two come along at the same time

新闻 / Implementing Slavery and Human Trafficking Statements - a potential PR pothole?

30-10-2015 /

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 consolidates offences relating to slavery and human trafficking. The mischief was regarded as sufficiently grave to include a requirement (under section 54 of the Act) for all UK commercial organisations over a certain size to produce a “slavery and human trafficking statement” for each financial year (known as the transparency in supply chains etc requirement).

Implementing Slavery and Human Trafficking Statements - a potential PR pothole?

新闻 / Execution of Contracts - Court of Appeal provides valuable reminder of the importance of formalities of execution

13-04-2015 /

The recent case of Integral Petroleum S.A. v SCU-Finanz AG [2015] EWCA Civ 144 concerned an agreement between two Swiss trading companies for the sale and purchase of up to 400,000 metric tons of oil products per year at the seller’s option. The contract provided that it would be governed by English law and that the English High Court would have exclusive jurisdiction. A number of matters, including the particular products, quantities and prices, were left to be specified in separate addenda to the contract and, it appears, were never agreed.

Execution of Contracts - Court of Appeal provides valuable reminder of the importance of formalities of execution

新闻 / Liquidated Damages - Unaoil Ltd v Leighton Offshore Pte Ltd 2014 EWHC 2965 (Comm)

13-04-2015 /

Often contracts are amended prior to or during performance. If they contain a liquidated damages clause, this should not be overlooked. Many industry contracts contain a liquidated damages clause, a pre-agreed sum payable to one party for a specific breach of contract by another party. These commonly address contractor delay and/or defective performance. Key advantages of such clauses are that they offer both parties certainty over the damages payable for delay, and provide scope to limit a contractor’s liability.

Liquidated Damages - Unaoil Ltd v Leighton Offshore Pte Ltd 2014 EWHC 2965 (Comm)

新闻 / Beware the pitfalls of inconsistent dispute resolution clauses

29-01-2015 / 航运

Transgrain Shipping BV v. Deiulemar Shipping SpA & Another (Eleni P) [2014] EWHC 4202 (Comm) Parties should be very careful to ensure that no competing dispute resolution clauses are contained in the same contract. In this case, two competing arbitration clauses meant that it was unclear whether a time bar provision applied to a claim under the charterparty. The parties had to go to court to establish which arbitration clause applied.

Beware the pitfalls of inconsistent dispute resolution clauses

新闻 / The new commercial rent recovery regime - what do landlords and tenants need to know?

18-05-2022 / 房地产

David Quinn, Partner at Ince, says as we emerge from the pandemic (or perhaps more accurately ‘as we thought we were emerging from the pandemic’), the issue of the astronomical debts owed by commercial tenants is prominent and must be addressed.

The new commercial rent recovery regime - what do landlords and tenants need to know?

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