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Commercial Litigation

Where negotiation and/ or mediation does not deliver the desired outcome, it is usually necessary to seek the Court’s decision.

The Court process involves defining the dispute, gathering and disclosing evidence, and presenting evidence and legal submissions.

Court always involves higher costs, greater time delays and increased stress.

I take full responsibility for guiding you through the Court process as efficiently and painlessly as possible.

Negotiation & Mediation

Some 97% of legal disputes are resolved out of court through negotiation and/or mediation, saving all parties time, money and stress.

Mediation involves a confidential discussion chaired by an independent mediator, to negotiate a solution that all parties agree to without the need for litigation

In addition to saving time, money and stress mediation can increase the potential of maintaining commercial relationships.

I have 19 years of experience in negotiating and mediating settlements outside court.

Greg Carter Perth Litigation Lawyer

It is essential to select the right type of dispute resolution for your matter, and know when to change course