Commercial Dispute Resolution
2TG offers expertise in a wide range of commercial work, including all forms of contractual dispute, notably those relating to the sale of goods, supply of services and agency agreements, as well as complex multi-jurisdictional litigation. Our advocates appear in courts and arbitral tribunals at all levels throughout the UK and overseas and we deliver a user-friendly, pragmatic and commercial service.
We have specialists in business acquisition disputes, directors’ duties, guarantees, tracing, unjust enrichment, international trade, corporate insolvency, financial services, private international law and urgent interim relief. Our members are involved at the cutting edge of commercial law, frequently acting at appellate level on complex or novel points of law. Individual members are recognised by the legal directories as leading commercial practitioners across a broad spectrum of commercial work.
Our commercial practice includes insurance and reinsurance, commercial fraud, damage to property and jurisdiction and choice of law.
We also offer extensive experience in all forms of alternative dispute resolution. We have a long-established reputation in international arbitration, appearing before arbitral tribunals in the UK, Europe, and the Middle and Far East under ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and other institutional rules. We provide experienced, accredited mediators and arbitrators for commercial disputes.
2TG is listed as a leading commercial dispute resolution set in Chambers UK, with comments including “2TG is a sound choice for high-value, complex litigation and anything requiring urgent injunctive relief” and “2TG fields a team capable of handling a great variety of prestigious and precedent-setting commercial disputes”.
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“2TG is the sound choice for high-value, complex litigation and anything requiring urgent injunctive relief”Chambers UK
“The clerks are first-rate in terms of their responsiveness and willingness to assist”Chambers UK