Commercial Disputes: When Discussions Before Arbitration are Required

Commercial Disputes: When Discussions Before Arbitration are Required

A salutary lesson has emerged from the English Commercial Court - that contractual parties involved in a dispute must discuss the issues before arbitration. The expert commercial litigation lawyers at Bahamas law firm ParrisWhittaker are highly experienced in advising and representing commercial parties involved in all kinds of disputes.

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Commercial Disputes: When Discussions Before Arbitration are Required

02.13.2015

Commercial Disputes: When Discussions Before Arbitration are Required

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Implied Contract Terms: Leases and Rent Refunds

02.13.2015

Implied Contract Terms: Leases and Rent Refunds

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Maritime and Shipping Disputes: Claiming Losses

02.13.2015

Maritime and Shipping Disputes: Claiming Losses

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When is a Company Director Not a Director? The Risks of Acting as a Director

02.13.2015

When is a Company Director Not a Director? The Risks of Acting as a Director

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Shipping and Insurance: Honesty in Claims

02.12.2015

Shipping and Insurance: Honesty in Claims

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Subject to Contract? Emailed Negotiations

02.12.2015

Subject to Contract? Emailed Negotiations

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