Rainer Hughes

Commercial And Contract Disputes

Our clients’ businesses depend upon their contracts, which secure and codify their relationships with key clients and suppliers. When issues arise with those contracts, our lawyers provide pragmatic, timely and practical advice our clients need.

We make it our priority to understand and protect our clients’ important business interests in a focused and cost-effective manner and wherever appropriate, we seek to negotiate solutions to contractual disputes without unnecessary or costly litigation. When litigation is unavoidable, we retain highly experienced lawyers that will ensure that your contractual rights are protected.

With experience of dealing with high value and complex commercial disputes, Rainer Hughes will fiercely protect the client’s position. Our understanding of commercial contract law, experience of Alternative Dispute Resolution and exceptional Court Litigation capabilities combine to secure positives outcomes for our clients.

Business Disputes we regularly assist with include: 

  • Commercial contract disputes
  • Commercial property disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Business insolvency
  • Business debt management
  • Partnership disputes
  • Professional negligence claims 

Our commercial contract disputes practice extends to many industries, including finance, insurance, real estate, construction, technology, telecommunications, retail and health care. 

Rainer Hughes has a substantive knowledge in these areas and many other industries that allows our lawyers to understand how contract rights apply to the minutiae of a particular industry or contracting relationship.

Key Experience

Instructed on insolvency matters related to the recovery of money from directors of the liquidated company.

Rainer Hughes acted as a part of an international arbitration team on behalf of an international business.

Acted for a former footballer and current top premier league football agent for a disputed property matter.

Acted for a London based broker in relation to an FCA investigation (now FCA investigation).