What are examples of commercial disputes?

Feb 2, 2023 | Publication

There are many different types of commercial disputes.  Some examples include:

1                     Breach of contract claims

2                     Misleading and deceptive conduct claims

3                     Breach of warranty

4                     Building and constructions disputes

5                     Partnership disputes

6                     Shareholder claims

7                     Director disputes

8                     Access to records of companies and businesses

9                     Trust disputes

10                 Intellectual property disputes

11                 Breach of fiduciary duty claims

12                 Property claims

13                 Supply chain disputes

14                 Business sale disputes

Commercial disputes can be resolved through a range of mechanisms including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, expert determination and litigation.

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