Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Do you need a lawyer who is an expert in litigation and dispute resolution?
At Sajen Legal, we specialise in commercial litigation, meaning that you should talk to us if you find yourself in a business dispute.
Why should you retain Sajen legal to handle your business dispute?
Most of our clients come to us on referral, because they’ve been told that we are the kind of lawyers you want in your corner if you’re contemplating litigation.
When you find yourself in an argument over an aspect of your business, you need a lawyer who understands:
- your business
- your broader commercial objectives
- the litigation process (whether it involves a court or a specialist tribunal).
You also need a lawyer who is versatile and will work hard to get you the best possible result for a reasonable price. In short, you need a legal practitioner who is a strong negotiator and a superb strategist, as well as a tough opponent in court.
Kyle Kimball leads our litigation and dispute resolution team. He has over 20 years’ experience as a litigator in Brisbane and on the Sunshine Coast. During this time, he has built a formidable reputation, based on his strong commercial instincts, his ability as a legal tactician and his skills in the courtroom. Over the years, he has acted for a broad spectrum of clients, ranging from small-business owners to large corporations. Kyle is supported by our dynamic litigation team, which includes experienced lawyers and paralegals. The Sajen Legal team has appeared in matters at the federal, state and district levels in Queensland and other Australian jurisdictions. We’ve also assisted clients in international and foreign legal proceedings.
Our litigators specialise in the following areas:
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Are you involved in an intellectual property dispute? The enforcement of intellectual property rights always raises strategic questions regarding the general management of business assets that aren’t necessarily tangible. Issues can arise in the following areas: Copyright disputes Trade mark disputes Patent disputes Design disputes Anti-counterfeiting IT disputes. Businesses also sometimes find themselves in disputes continue reading
When our clients face disputes, they often wish to preserve their relationships with the opposing parties. The lawyers of Sajen Legal aim to preserve these relationships as far as possible. Sajen Legal serves to be part of the solution, not the problem, and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) can be a viable means to amicable solutions. continue reading
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Resolve your debt situation on your terms or obtain judgement against a debtor as fast as possible. Successful business often requires the combination of a good team, whether it be directors, shareholders or partners. Sadly, teams don’t always stick together. Sajen legal has a proven track record in working with companies, partnerships and their members continue reading
Defamation is a complex area of the law that requires expert knowledge. Our defamation team advises both individuals and organisations in all aspects of defamation law through either electronic or traditional media sources. What is defamation? Defamation is primarily a civil action that allows a person whose reputation has been harmed by way of publication of continue reading
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WHAT IS LITIGATION? The conduct of legal proceedings by parties before a court is litigation. It involves the use of the law and court procedures to:- (i) assist the parties to resolve a dispute; or (ii) obtain a legally binding decision that brings an end to the dispute. That is achieved in two ways:- (i) continue reading
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