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Injunctive relief

Stephensons have extensive experience of both obtaining and defending injunctions. To speak to a member of our commercial litigation team call us on 01616 966 229.

By the nature of this type of remedy, matters will be of critical importance to you and time scales short. You need a team on your side who has experience and skill.  We have acted in relation to a number of significant commercial fraud cases, and have good links and experience of working with the police and registers in this field.

Our coverage of the North West through multiple officers, which include female members which means we are able to supervise single or multi-site injunctions and offer a more competitive rate than Manchester firms.

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    Areas of Specialism

    • Arbitration
    • Commercial
    • Construction
    • Corporate and Shareholder
    • Partnership and LLP
    • IT
    • Injunction relief (capacity to supervise search and seize)
    • Intellectual property
    • Property (including landlord and tenant)
    • Professional negligence
    • Directors liability (including disqualification)
    • Fraud specialist

    We have sector experience in:

    • Local authority
    • Motor (retail and supply)
    • Recruitment
    • Textiles
    • Transport
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