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Commercial Litigation

Disputes can arise in any business and are a fact of life. We can assist in resolving most types of business dispute.

We combine our legal expertise and experience of the courts, tribunals and  alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, to provide cost effective solutions to your dispute.

The Lifecycle of a Commercial Lease - Stage 2

Chris Chan of Fraser Brown and Peter Carroll of FHP discuss the 2nd stage of the commercial lease's ‘lifecyc...

Carrot or Stick?

Daniel Harley discusses how best to tackle under-performing franchisees and summarises alternative situations ...

Short cutting costly and time-consuming disputes w...

Daniel Harley discusses the benefits of Early Neutral Evaluation as a means of short cutting costly and time c...

Dilapidations Claims - A Brief Overview

The starting point for any dilapidations claim is to calculate the cost of the works required to remedy the br...

You can obtain the Award for Personal Licence Holders (APLH) once completing your BIIAB Level 2 training, which has been a service provided to Nottinghamshire by Fraser Brown solicitors for over 10 years. ...

The National Franchise Exhibition 2016 Survey

Fiona Boswell presents the results of the survey Fraser Brown conducted at the National Franchise Exhibition 2...

Case study: Incoming Franchisors

Fraser Brown acted for one of Irelands largest importer and wholesalers of furniture into the UK market prepa...

Dilapidations claims update

The topic of supersession in dilapidation claims has been in the spotlight again in several cases in the High ...

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