Litigation Services

Commercial litigation is the process of using the court system to resolve disputes attributed through commercial activities.

There are a broad range of disputes that fall under the banner of Commercial; including disputes over contracts, employment, intellectual property and more.

Litigation Services

Diamond Conway specialise in the many varied areas of Commercial Litigation, please feel free to read through our many services inside the headings below.

Commercial Litigation
  • Acting in disputes involving contractual terms and recovery, and in defence of same.
  • Advising and acting in disputes over Trade Practices or Fair Trading Act claims.
  • Guarantees, Mortgages or Lease disputes.
  • Debt recovery, including insolvency and bankruptcy advice.
  • Conciliation/Arbitration disputes.
  • Mediation.
Insurance Litigation
  • Advising on Insurance Contracts Act interpretation and application.
  • Advising and acting on interpretation and dispute relating to Policies of Insurance, or claims under the policy.
  • Acting in respect of claims against the Insurer in respect of fire loss or burglary.
  • Mediation and negotiations of disputes.
  • We have over 25 years experience in this field, having acted for and against Insurance Companies in similar disputes.

Joint Ventures and Partnership Disputes
  • Advising and acting on Joint Venture and Partnership disputes, including taking proceedings in the Supreme Court Equity Division and seeking partnership accounts.
  • Negotiating resolution of disputes in this are can be complex and expensive. We endeavour to provide practical advice and speedy resolution of disputes.
  • If litigation is required, we endeavour to provide a comprehensive service, including retaining appropriate accounting and business advisors.
Personal Injury Litigation
  • Supreme or District Court actions for personal injury by Accredited Specialists, including public liability, product liability and professional negligence claims against the medical or dental professions, valuers, accountants, auditors or other professionals.
  • Workers Compensation claims.
  • Advice in respect of claims for negligence.
  • Motor Accident claims, including CARS and MAS applications.
  • Advice under Civil Liability Act.
Property Acquisitions and Sale Disputes
  • Actions taken in respect of disputed real property conveyances, leases or options.
  • Disputes with Real Estate Agent's as to commission entitlements.
Testamentary Disputes
  • Advice in respect of Wills and Codicils.
  • Advice in respect of Family Provision Act disputes.
  • Investigations and advice on testamentary capacity.
  • Application for Guardianship or under Protected Estates Legislation.

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