At Josephine, L K Chow & Co., our lawyers understand that conflicts need to be handled constructively, in a calculated manner that considers costs and commercial reality.
Dispute Resolution proceedings, in Court or at Arbitration, can be costly and time-consuming, and should only be pursued as a last resort. In the event of unavoidable litigation, our focus and objective is to skillfully produce a positive outcome for you.
We aim to resolve disputes with minimum disruption and cost. Before any litigation is considered, we will provide you with a thorough and clear appraisal of the merits of your case, the various options available, and a recommendation on how to best achieve a timely, practical and cost-effective resolution.
Before recommending legal action, we will always explore mediation options and where possible, try to encourage settlement talks and negotiations. If litigation is ultimately the most appropriate course, we will proceed rigorously, innovatively and efficiently, in a manner that best represents your interests and welfare.
Within our Dispute Resolution Department we have the expertise and experience to handle the following matters:
- Litigation relating to the enforcement, breach, repudiation, rescission and specific performance of contracts
- Corporate matters involving the Companies Act 2016 and general commercial disputes
- Litigation relating to equitable remedies of specific performance and injunctions
- Construction related disputes, including but not limited to arbitration proceedings and claims under the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act, 2012
- Disputes relating to the sale and supply of goods or services rendered
- Tortious claims and disputes
- Industrial and employment related disputes and litigation
- Intellectual Property (IP) litigation
- Litigation relating to land or property issues
- Landlord and tenancy disputes
- Litigation relating to wills, probate, administration of estates and trusts
- Family Law disputes (involving divorce, guardianship, adoption, child custody and maintenance )
- Litigation involving Strata Titles and Property Management
- Registration of foreign judgments
- Execution proceedings