The guiding principle in disputes is to try to avoid litigation. After all, a solution that protects the relationship between the parties often offers the greatest long-term benefit. What if you still end up with litigation? That’s where procedural law comes in.
Procedural law deals with all the rules and regulations governing the conduct of legal proceedings. All our lawyers have the necessary expertise in civil procedural law, including the law relating to attachment (seizure of property). Some of them also specialise in litigation. They are particularly experienced in complex proceedings, including arbitration.
Depending on the case, we litigate in either the subdistrict court, the district court or the Court of Appeal. We set out your chances of success and the risks you run, adopt a strategic approach and involve you in the choices to be made. This is the way we conduct the proceedings with you.