Whether dealing with a multi-national corporation or a private client, Simcocks’ Dispute Resolution Isle of Man Advocates adopt a commercially realistic approach to bring each case to an efficient and practical conclusion.
The department specialises in international corporate and commercial litigation and has an impressive track record of success in high stake disputes. Simcocks’ technical knowledge generates many complex referrals and our lawyers have considerable experience dealing with cross-jurisdiction disputes with particular emphasis on trust related and shareholder matters, emergency injunctive and discovery remedies and judicial review applications.
Simcocks also advises on human rights issues, financial services and compliance regulatory matters, individual and corporate insolvency, employment, family law, personal injury claims, licensing, planning and disputes relating to property.
With our specialist knowledge and commercial awareness we have a reputation for finding creative and cost-effective solutions to achieve an early settlement to problems of any size. We understand that our clients are often concerned about the cost of being involved in a dispute so we will explain the likely costs involved in managing your case at each stage.
Simcocks has a dedicated and experienced team of criminal lawyers who can act for defendants from the police station through to the representation of defendants at trial in both Summary and General Gaol Courts. We advise on a wide range of matters including motoring law, white collar fraud involving companies and/or individual directors, criminal defense and exclusion orders made against offenders. Our team acts for both privately funded and legally aided clients as well as a number of well known insurers, corporate entities and regularly act as duty Advocates in the Summary Court and at police stations.
Please see our Alternative Dispute Resolution section for further information on the processes and techniques that can be used for disagreeing parties to resolve their differences as an alternative to going to court.