Commercial LawCloisters’ Commercial Team has expertise across a broad range of commercial law disputes. We are regularly instructed to appear in commercial and common law litigation at all levels as well as domestic and international arbitrations.

Cloisters’ formidable reputation as a leading Employment Law set is a testament to its particular expertise in respect to the commercial aspects of the employment relationship.

Recent cases range across a broad spectrum of commercial disputes from complex commercial wrongdoing in the tech sector to enforcement of restrictive covenants for a media organisation facing client poaching. Clients range from celebrities such as P Diddy, to media publications such as the Independent and higher education institutions including the London School of Economics, to name just a few.

Our members regularly appear and advise in respect to cases involving:

  • Bonus and commission disputes
  • Unlawful competitive activity, restrictive covenants and garden leave
  • Wrongful dismissal
  • Director's duties and remedies for Director's misfeasance / misconduct
  • Fiduciary duties
  • Injunctive relief (both interim and final)

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Commercial Law Blogs

12 October 2017
Having previously blogged on this case (see here for that blog on Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman [2017] EWHC 1278 (Ch)), Jacques Algazy QC and Nathaniel C...
13 June 2017
Jacques Algazy QC and Nathaniel Caiden consider whether the case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman [2017] EWHC 1278 (Ch) marks the start of a trend whereb...
26 July 2016
By Daphne Romney QCWhen the Court of Appeal heard this claim, Gloster LJ began her judgment with what Lord Toulson in the Supreme Court called a ...

Our broader commercial work includes:

  • Commercial Contracts
  • Sale of goods
  • Confidentiality and database rights
  • Partnership disputes
  • Arbitrations
  • Commercial agents' regulations
  • Commercial aspects of sports law

Various members, at different levels of seniority, are able to accept instructions direct from members of the public and from organisations.