This is one of the main areas of the practice, and one which has led to the fastest development, since the firm’s creation in 2011. Suhail, Managing Partner, and Barrister who has the right to conduct litigation, as employed Counsel, has demonstrated in the successful cases handled for High-Net Worth and Commercial . Corporate clients, that it is not always the larger firms that have the agility, flexibility and expertise to succeed. The demands that clients are now making of the litigator are due to the increased global awareness of the market. The clients are no longer comfortable, from our experience, on the laissez-faire approach, when it comes to litigation. They expect and require access to the appropriate individual working on their behalf, day or night. The future will be more about partnerships built upon confidence, and trust rather than on presentational skills.
Suhail has due to his international background been able to focus on the client’s needs as he understands the value of dealing with different cultures. The communication between the lawyer and the clients of the future will be driven and focused on the meeting of minds, direct access, and flexibility. This will apply not only upon the outcome achieved but also on pricing structure. Pricing Consultants are predicting the end of hourly rates in the not too-distant future as competitive market forces continue to influence law firms approach.
The objective of a specialist adviser should be to ensure that the client has access to clear, concise and cogent advice. As part of this essential requirement is the ability to inform the client in simple commercial terms what they can or cannot achieve. It is also a fundamental requirement that the client has direct access to that advice
Directus works closely with its clients, to understand the underlying cause of the dispute and provide a cost effective resolution to the matter.
Our clients consist of individuals, government agencies and companies in agriculture, manufacturing, retail and the service industries.
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