For years we have become accustomed to the Court imposing sanctions on a party who has unreasonably refused to engage in Alternative Dispute Resolution to try to resolve their dispute. This has been further reaffirmed in the recent case of Wales (t/a Selective Investments Services) -v- CBRE Managed Services Ltd  EWHC 1050 (Comm).
This recent case serves as an important reminder to all parties engaged in litigation that they should explore all options to try and resolve their disputes at all stages.
Read a copy of our Briefing Note entitled ‘Covid-19 and the future of resolving disputes‘ to find out more.
For further assistance, please contact Gemma Newing or a member of our Rooks Rider Solicitors Dispute Prevention & Resolution team.
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