Procurement disputes

We have a wealth of experience in helping clients with various aspects of their UK procurement disputes, from initial consultations and advice to the preparation of documents and court representation.

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What is a procurement disptute?

Procurement disputes are disagreements that arise between a buyer and seller over the terms of a contract. These disputes can involve any type of purchase agreement, including sales contracts, service contracts, public procurement contracts, and construction agreements. Such disputes often involve allegations of improper pricing or payment arrangements, failure to properly deliver goods or services as agreed upon, and breach of the duty to act in good faith when negotiating a contract.

In cases where parties do not reach an agreement on their own, some form of dispute resolution is generally required in order to move forward. Dispute resolution may involve litigation or arbitration with the assistance of a court or third-party adjudication process. The terms of resolution are often determined by existing laws and regulations governing contracts in that particular jurisdiction.

In many cases, mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) may be utilized to help facilitate an agreement between the parties outside of courtrooms or arbitration offices. The use of ADR helps to reduce costs associated with litigation while still allowing for the timely resolution of disputes. Additionally, using an experienced mediator can allow parties to create informed solutions tailored specifically to their situation that may not otherwise be achievable through court rulings or arbitration orders.

No matter how complex the dispute may seem, it is always important for all parties involved to remain focused on what they hope to gain from resolving this particular disagreement and working together towards finding a solution that is mutually beneficial. We can provide valuable insight into each party’s legal rights and obligations, as well as advise you on strategies for moving forward and avoiding further conflict down the line.

How John Barkers can help you resolve a procurement dispute

Our dedicated team of solicitors are well-versed in the law relating to public procurement and private commercial contracts, which provides us with a sound understanding of the complexities that can arise during such disputes. We work closely with our clients to identify the best possible solution that meets their needs while ensuring a satisfactory outcome.

We strive to ensure that all disputes are resolved amicably, without the unnecessary expense or disruption to business operations. To achieve this goal, we employ a variety of dispute resolution methods depending on the situation, such as negotiation, mediation and arbitration. When necessary, we are also able to provide legal advice and representation for compensatory claims or injunctions before civil courts or tribunals in order to protect our clients’ interests.

Our solicitors are experienced in taking a proactive approach towards resolving issues from start to finish; utilising their technical expertise and knowledge of current laws to ensure cases progress efficiently. We ensure clients receive an efficient and tailored service suited specifically for them; providing them with up-to-date information throughout the process so they can make informed decisions quickly when required.

Our team is happy to assist with any type of dispute related to public sector procurement contracts and private commercial agreements, including those involving contract interpretation, interpretation of applicable regulations, breach of warranties or contractual terms and conditions, delay payments or other performance failures by one party against another etc.. All cases will be explored thoroughly before developing a plan that works best for all parties involved. If you need help managing your procurement dispute then please get in touch with us today.

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