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Litigation with ESY Lawyers


ESY Lawyers acts and advises on commercial disputes in all jurisdictions including the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Federal Court.

As your trusted litigation lawyers, we can assist and represent you when taking legal action over business disputes. We take the time to understand the real issues facing your business, and tailor our approach to litigation so that, from the outset, your matter is positioned to achieve the most favourable outcome.

Our Approach To Litigation

We aim to resolve all business disputes without proceeding to court.

However, for disputes that can’t be avoided or resolved, we work with you to set a strategy to manage the conflict, in order to achieve your objectives and minimise the commercial risks to your business.

As part of this, ESY Lawyers provides practical advice and devises litigation strategies that enable you to realistically determine your situation and chances of success.

Our aim is to ensure that the dispute is resolved as quickly and cost-effectively as possible, whether or not it proceeds to court.

Our Litigation Experience

Our litigation lawyers have years of experience and dispute expertise working with corporate, private and public sectors, across many industries. 

We have extensive experience in running large, complex, commercial disputes in a range of areas. Our litigation clients operate in varied industries and include SMEs, not-for-profits, high net worth individuals, financiers, developers and builders, trade contractors, manufacturing firms, and professional services businesses. 

Our focus is on strategy and results, not process. We partner with leading barristers and experts in the industry to assemble the best team to litigate your claim or defend a claim that has been made against your business.


Areas of litigation

Our range of litigation experience includes acting in the following areas:

  • Banking and financial claims.
  • Bankruptcy.
  • Building and construction disputes.
  • Commercial contracts.
  • Competition and consumer law actions.
  • Corporations law.
  • Debt recovery.
  • Deceased estates.
  • Insolvency.
  • Partnership disputes.
  • Professional indemnity claims against advisers.
  • Real property disputes.
  • Retail and commercial tenancy disputes.
  • Regulatory and licensing investigations.
  • Taxation disputes.
  • Trusts related litigation.

ESY Lawyers advises on alternative options to contested dispute litigation, including mediation and negotiation.

Why choose ESY Lawyers when you need a commercial litigation lawyer?

  • We have an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation with unrivalled expertise to assist with any commercial dispute, from contracts and construction, to property, financing and partnership disputes.
  • Receive a tailored service that’s personalised to you and your business’ specific needs.
  • Whether it’s best to negotiate, sue or defend a legal proceeding in a Court or Tribunal, we help you assess the situation so that you know your options.
  • We understand small to medium business, which is why we strive to achieve the best possible result for you while minimising your costs.

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