Litigation Services for Business Clients


One of the consequences of setting up a limited company (incorporation) is that the company can sue and be sued in its own name. It has a separate legal personality.In very many respects, the laws of civil litigation as it applies to companies are the same as with people.In many other respects, however, the laws, practices and procedures applicable to cases taken by or taken against companies can differ markedly to those applicable to individuals or partnerships. Here are some questions/issues that you need to consider before you sue a company:

Who is the proper person to sue (The Defendant) where a company is wronged?

Who has authority to institute proceedings by a company?

How do you serve your proceedings on a company?

How does a company make an appearance in court?

How do you enforce judgments and orders of the courts against a company?

Click one or more questions above to find the answers. We will be happy to assist you with any aspect of business litigation.