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Commercial Litigation Lawyers in Sydney

At PCL Lawyers, our savvy commercial litigation lawyers in Sydney understand the commercial realities our client’s face across a range of industries. We will fight hard for your best interests, yet intelligent and well thought through way.

We believe that every dispute needs a strategy or a case plan. It becomes the guide during the dispute. It means that we begin with the end in mind and stay focused on the outcome.

Our lawyers are aware that a court or tribunal is not the only place to resolve disputes. They will use alternative dispute resolution methods to try to reach an out of court settlement. Our commercial litigation lawyers will consider all potential solutions and how they will impact you commercially.

Where litigation is the only practical way forward, or if you are already involved in legal proceedings, it is critical to have smart, experienced lawyers in your corner.

Some types of commercial disputes in which PCL Lawyers have strong experience:

  • Australian Consumer Law Claims
  • Building Disputes
  • Business Disputes
  • Breach of Contract
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Debt Recovery
  • Defamation
  • Family Law Disputes
  • Franchise Disputes
  • Injunctions
  • Intellectual Property Disputes
  • Employer / Employee Disputes
  • Estate Disputes (including estate challenges)
  • General Commercial Disputes
  • Landlord / Tenant Disputes – including breach of Lease
  • Statutory Demands
  • Misleading & Deceptive Conduct Claims
  • Misrepresentation / Misleading and Deceptive Conduct
  • Mortgage Disputes
  • Professional Negligence
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Restraint of Trade
  • Tax Office Disputes
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Our Commercial Litigation Court Experience

We regularly act for clients in the following courts and tribunals:

  • Supreme Court
  • District Court
  • Local Court
  • Family Court of Australia
  • Federal Court of Australia
  • Federal Circuit Court of Australia
  • NCAT
  • Fair Work Australia

Our commercial litigation team in Sydney has a deep understanding of the practical realities of running and managing disputes in a wide range of jurisdictions. We work with you to ensure the most effective outcome is achieved.

For further information on how we can assist you, call us on 1300 907 335.

Alternately, please complete the form on this page and we respond to you promptly.

Why PCL Lawyers?

PCL Lawyers is committed to providing:

  • Listening to your circumstances and understanding what your desired outcome
  • Assessing your case carefully before taking action – smart strategic planning and a thorough examination of the issues tends to lead to better outcomes
  • Representing you in a robust way
  • Providing advice in a plain English
  • Meeting required deadlines
  • Keeping you updated on the progress of your matter’
  • Keeping you updated on legal costs
  • Ensuring that your dispute is properly finalised and if settled that the terms of settlement are solid, considered and binding on the other party.

Mediation

Prior to a trial (or final hearing), a formal mediation before a mediator is compulsory. This gives each party a real chance to reach a satisfactory resolution.

The last mediation before trial is a time when the issues of a matter are articulated properly, particularly because by this time discovery of documents has been made by each party. By this time both parties have had the opportunity to obtain extensive legal advice.

The strengths and weaknesses of each side’s case typically become more evident; therefore, many cases resolve at mediation. The objective of mediation is for the parties to reach an agreement. This is documented by a litigation lawyer either at mediation or shortly thereafter in a settlement deed. This takes considerable skill of a litigation lawyer to draft a legally binding document that considers all defines the obligations of each of the parties.

If the parties are just “too far apart” and the matter cannot be resolved at mediation, each party then prepares for trial and the matter is decided by the relevant court or tribunal.

Court based litigation

Going to trial or a hearing can be a daunting and disruptive process for businesses and individuals. It can also be an expensive process. Courts or tribunals are essential and even during a trial or hearing, a resolution can be negotiated.

Parties may need to go to court to enforce their rights or position. This said we look to resolve disputes quickly and effectively to minimise the impact of the dispute on your business either before court proceedings commence or during proceedings.

If you have been served with a claim or a writ, you will need to take immediate action to defend your position.

Our experienced commercial litigation lawyer in Sydney can prepare the necessary court documents and prepare your case more broadly. Cases often involve the appointing of barristers and gathering evidence and expert reports to substantiate and defend your legal position.

It is important that this is carefully considered from the outset. It is crucial that claims and counterclaims are carefully drafted as trying to amend these later on in the matter, or trying to change jurisdiction, can be costly or may diminish your legal position.

Our experience in litigation

Our experienced litigation lawyers in Sydney have extensive skill in preparing and strategizing on legal matters and cases. They understand how to consider, draft and present legal documents.

Not all lawyers are competent in litigation or court-based proceedings as it takes considerable exposure and ability. Our commercial litigation team understands the various court rules and time frames that impact your matter.

At PCL Lawyers, our commercial litigation lawyers can resolve both complex and simple disputes. Our lawyers can also give you a good estimate of your chances of success and what constitutes a good settlement offer.

We have an extensive network of barristers and experts in Sydney, and we seek the most appropriate experts to assist in furthering your case.

Not only are our lawyers knowledgeable and experienced, but at our law firm you are supported by a team of professionals that contribute to preparing and presenting your case in the best possible light.

As a law firm that prides itself on our commercial understanding, we take a determined approach to resolve your matter with consideration of your commercial needs and industry. Our lawyers are also mindful of taking a cost-effective approach to reaching a favourable outcome.

For more information of what a litigation lawyer does read our article here.

Contact us obligation free to discuss your situation. Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team in Sydney can be contacted on 1300 907 335.

Alternatively, you can fill out the contact form on this page and we will respond to you promptly.

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We provide our legal services across Sydney and surrounds, from Surry Hills to Hunters Hill. Whether you need our expertise in North Sydney, Abbotsford, Burwood, Greenwich, Hunters Hills, Cremorne, Chiswick, Bellevue Hill, Balmain or beyond, our convenient location allows us to serve locals in these suburbs and many more.

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