Our national teams are experts in litigation, with a superb reputation for combining technical excellence with commercial focus.
Our wealth of expertise covers a wide range of fields and we have considerable experience of advising a range of sectors, including local and central government, health, housing, IT, construction and many more.
Bevan Brittan works in partnership with their client to understand the business drivers behind a desired outcome, be that settlement or all-out fight. The approach to litigation is both pragmatic and commercially astute and their tactical awareness of how to get to the desired outcome is first rate.
In addition to general commercial litigation and dispute resolution, the firm has specialists in the following areas:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Asset Tracing and Debt Recovery
- Commercial Dispute Resolution
- Construction and Engineering Disputes
- Employment Disputes and Litigation
- Healthcare Litigation
- Housing Management Services
- Insolvency and Asset Recovery
- Insurance Disputes
- IT, Outsourcing and Technology Disputes
- Judicial Review
- Partnership and Shareholder Disputes
- Procurement Litigation
- Professional Negligence
- Property Litigation
- Health and Social Care Regulation
Working with Clients
Our lawyers are quick to identify the core issues behind any given dispute and the tactical and procedural options to deal with them. We are always passionate about delivering the best advice and solutions to our clients.
We seek to understand the nature of the commercial agreement, your relationship with the other party/parties and your objectives. We assist with options and recommendations on the most advantageous and/or cost effective course of action.
Our expertise in litigation and all forms of dispute resolution means we work with you for the best outcome.
Since 2016 the firm has been advising Direct Collection Bailiffs Limited, who are the Enforcement Agents featured in Channel 5's hit television show 'Can't Pay? We'll Take it Away!'. The claims brought against the client often involve novel points arising out of Schedule 12 to the Tribunals Court and Enforcement Act 2007, which is still a relatively new piece of legislation, having only been implemented in 2014. Litigation relating to enforcement of High Court Writs is often novel and complex and is litigated in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court. Cases often involve enforcement against tenants and issues as to access to land for enforcement.