General and Commercial Litigation
Frichot Lawyers engage in a broad-based general and commercial litigation practice before courts, administrative tribunals and arbitration panels.
- Complex Contract Disputes
- Trade Practices & Fair Trading Legislation
- Bankruptcy and Insolvency
- Insolvency Law – Insurance
- Tenancy Disputes
- Real Estate Contract Disputes
Our commercial litigation lawyers are trained to quickly identify the issues in dispute to work with you in best achieving your goals and to advise you as to your options and effective strategies.
Our goal is to provide commercial and pragmatic solutions. We are completely open with clients about costs, including providing realistic cost estimates. We also understand that litigation may not be the only option, but if it is, then we are well placed to assist you.
Our litigation lawyers represent clients in all courts and tribunals and in respect of a wide range of matters. These include, but are not limited to property disputes, contract disputes, building and construction disputes, insolvency matters, employment law matters, consumer law, disputes with government agencies and deceased estate matters.
Our lawyers draw on their knowledge and experience to provide you with strategies for achieving a positive outcome. Our litigation lawyers are also experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods including mediation, both through the courts or on a more informal basis, and all other means of negotiation or alternative dispute resolution.
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