What is civil litigation?
There can often be a very thin line between conduct which is criminal in nature or which amounts to commercial fraud only.
The correct advice and selecting the right remedy can make all the difference.
Some cases are best left to be prosecuted in criminal courts, where the offender faces the prospect of penal consequences.
In other cases, seeking remedies in a commercial or a civil court may be more expedient for you to recoup your losses. And then, there are cases where you may want to explore both possibilities simultaneously.
Types of Civil Litigation
Civil litigation can encompass a broad range of disputes that will directly enact a number of legal matters.
A civil litigator will therefore tend to specialise in a specific practice area.
Some of the most common types of civil litigation include:
- disputes and laws that encompass landlords and tenants
- environmental law
- products liability
- intellectual-property disputes
- medical malpractice
- employment and labour issues
- anti-trust laws
- real estate
- worker’s compensation, and
- education law
Our Civil Litigation Barristers
At Libertas, we pride ourselves on having barristers who have vast experience in multiple domains.
We can advise you on selecting the correct remedy for your situation. We assist you with advice that lets you form an informed view.
Our members routinely provide pre-litigation advice that helps you form a comprehensive legal overview of your situation and the possibilities.
Contact Libertas Chambers today to discuss representation for any civil litigation matter.