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Are there any risks with Litigation?

Posted on Friday, 1st April 2016 by

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Any dispute, by its very nature, contains elements of risk. There is no such thing as a definitive ‘solid’ win in any matter. This is because formal advice can only be provided on a subjective basis. Indeed, if this wasn’t the case, there wouldn’t be a dispute.

The only objective perspective that can be provided is from the Court. Fewer and fewer matters are proceeding to hearings before the Court so if you are going to have your matter heard, you need to ensure that your risk is properly assessed and your case is as efficiently prepared as it can be.

Risk can be determined on a stage by stage basis. It is important to regularly assess your risk as matters proceed because the consequences may well be greater than you otherwise anticipate. Unfortunately, if you are involved in a dispute there is no way to eliminate your risk outright.

To find out way that you can minimise risks related to litigation please do not hesitate to get in touch with the: litigation team in Leicester

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The information provided in all of our blogs reflects only a narrative of some elements to consider on the topic. The blogs do not contain considered legal advice and should not be relied upon as advice. Please see our website terms and conditions for full details of our disclaimer. If you are interested in obtaining advice, please contact one of our lawyers who will be happy and able to advise you on your own particular circumstances.

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