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Dispute Resolution

Our approachable Dispute Resolution team provide commercial, cost effective advice focused on delivering the best possible outcome for you. We offer a number of pricing options, ranging from conditional fee agreements to fixed fees and will discuss all pricing options at the outset.


    “Lancer Scott would like to thank Gregg Latchams for their professionalism and efficiency at all times. From the first introductory meeting to conclusion of any claim their advice is excellent and clear. Lancer Scott feels supported in every step of the process in times where situations can be problematic and difficult. Communication is prompt and we would have no hesitation in recommending any of their services.”


    “Our key requirements for any professional firm are that they can move quickly, understand the issues, give clear constructive advice and get the job done to a high standard. We are pleased to confirm that this has been our experience with Richard, Lucy and their colleagues at Gregg Latchams, on the wide range of issues where they have helped us over the years.”


    “Having worked closely with Gregg Latchams over many years I would highly recommend them to clients looking for expert legal advise delivered in a prompt, practical and economic fashion. Gregg Latchams dispute resolution team is first class. They have specialist expertise in many areas and particular experience of resolving disputes between shareholders, directors and partners, as between principals and agents, with banks and those arising out of the purchase and sale of companies and land.”


    “As someone who has worked with Gregg Latchams Dispute Resolution team for over 8 years, I have always been impressed by the quality of the service they provide to clients: the team is professional, knowledgeable and works incredibly hard to provide the best advice to their clients. Having worked with them on a number of matters encompassing advisory work, mediations and trials, they not only give clear and commercial advice to their clients, but also have a good eye for strategy. Finally, I have always been surprised at how reasonable their fees have been as compared with the other side. I have recommended Gregg Latchams to others, and should I ever need a commercial disputes solicitor myself, Gregg Latchams would be my first choice.”


Construction & Engineering Disputes

Our Construction & Engineering team has an excellent track record in dealing with disputes. We do our best to resolve disputes as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible, even if that means advising you that we shouldn’t get involved to keep costs to a minimum.

We provide advice at contract stage and during the course of the project, assisting with measures to minimise disputes arising, which leaves you to focus on successfully delivering the project.

Our team are experienced in both the use of court proceedings to resolve disputes and alternative dispute resolution. Our experience covers construction adjudication, arbitration, mediation and the preparation and negotiation of claims.

We offer:

  • Claims for payment
  • Claims associated with defective and incomplete works
  • Claims arising out of variations to works
  • Delay, prolongation and loss and expense claims
  • Contract termination
  • Disputes arising under contract

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For enquiries, please contact one of our team for a no obligation initial phone call, alternatively contact us via the switchboard on 0117 906 9400 or

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0117 906 9400

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