Dispute Resolution Lawyers Sydney

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You can find our Sydney office at 801, Level 8/100 William St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Local dispute resolution services

In the course of running your business, disputes can occasionally emerge. These disputes may arise due to issues such as unpaid invoices or disagreements regarding the services rendered under an agreement.

Every dispute is unique, and timely intervention is often crucial to its resolution. In many cases, a well-crafted letter of demand, detailing the claim and granting sufficient time for payment, can effectively address the situation.

Our dispute resolution lawyers work with clients ranging from individuals, sole traders to large companies. Contact us for expert advice from dispute resolution experts. 

Sydney businesses we’ve helped

dispute lawyer sydneyOur Sydney team provides customised legal guidance and are focused on providing the right solutions to your dispute or legal issues.

What dispute resolution services are available in Sydney?

How can our Sydney dispute resolution lawyers help you?

What is our dispute resolution process?

  • Negotiation. Identify common interests and compromise to find a mutually beneficial solution.
  • Mediation. Involve a neutral third party to facilitate communication and guide the parties towards an agreement.
  • Arbitration. Agree to let a neutral arbitrator make a binding decision based on presented evidence.
  • Litigation. As a last resort, pursue legal action through the court system if all other methods fail.
  • Document the agreement. Put the resolution in writing, clearly outlining the terms and responsibilities of each party.

Mediation services Sydney

Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) used to resolve conflicts and disputes between two or more parties.

Our team of experienced Sydney dispute resolution lawyers and mediators deal with all areas of commercial and business disputes, IP disputes, trademark disputes and more, and provide a cost-effective, confidential and timely alternative to prolonged court proceedings.

The primary goal of mediation is to foster open communication, identify underlying interests and concerns, and explore potential solutions that meet the needs of all parties involved. It is a more cooperative and collaborative approach compared to traditional adversarial methods, such as litigation or arbitration, where a judge or arbitrator imposes a decision on the parties.

“Within 1 month, Ian had the matter resolved and negotiate a settlement for me.”

Lahra Macnab, Founder at Lala Design

Get in touch with our Sydney dispute lawyers

For expert dispute resolution legal advice, please get in touch with us today via phone or the contact form on this page. We’ll make sure to get back to you within a day.