Commercial and Civil Litigation Law

Our litigation specialists can resolve your dispute

The Commercial and Civil Litigation Team at Mayo Wynne Baxter appreciates that every dispute is different. As a client you can take advantage of our in depth knowledge of civil and commercial litigation law, and we ensure that all our private and commercial clients benefit from such professional dexterity.

Our team of civil and commercial litigation solicitors focus on a wide range of disputes, including those relating to property, debt, commercial matters and negligence. The growing department also incorporates the firm’s specialist insurance litigation, debt recovery, professional negligence and mediation teams.

Commercial and civil litigation law advice only a phone call away

We are always only a telephone call away from assisting with your civil and commercial disputes. Our diverse experience and personal, yet professional approach will help you understand the process of any court procedure or other litigation proceedings which may be required. Our litigation specialists can help with:

  • Commercial disputes
  • Construction & building disputes
  • Debt recovery
  • Landlord and tenant disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Property disputes
  • Will, trusts and estate disputes

Contact the Litigation Team today and let them help you resolve your civil and commercial disputes.

For information on litigation funding reforms

Brighton office

Tel 01273 775533

Eastbourne office

Tel 01323 730543

East Grinstead office

Tel 01342 310600

Forest Row office

Tel 01342 822112

Lewes office

Tel 01273 477071

Seaford office

Tel 01323 891412

Pulborough office

Tel 01798 875358

Storrington office

Tel 01903 743201

Gatwick office

Tel 0800 84 94 101

Primary Contact

Helen Bell
Helen Bell


T | 01273 223257
E | email


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