How to Win Business Disputes

19th August 2012

Taylor&Emmet is inviting senior company executives and in house lawyers from across the region to this free event, focusing on the reasons to litigate and how it can be used most effectively.

Taylor&Emmet's commercial litigation team will host its summer seminar, How to Win Business Disputes, at The Clumber Park Hotel and Spa near Worksop on June 21. It will be led by head of business legal services, Rob Moore, who is an accredited mediator, along with partner, Paul Clarke, a deputy district judge. The event will begin by attempting to answer the question, 'what is a win?' Rob Moore will then explore methods of resolving business disputes without court intervention, before Paul Clarke provides helpful tips to ensure success, should legal proceedings become necessary. Delegates attending Taylor&Emmet's free seminar need no previous experience of commercial disputes. The event will run from 1-3pm and will include an opportunity to network, as well as a question and answer session with the firm's litigation experts. For further information and reservations, please contact Taylor&Emmet's marketing co-ordinator, Claire Petty, on (0114) 218 4000 or visit

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