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About Advantage Litigation

Welcome to Advantage Litigation Services. We provide affordable, economically viable access to commercial litigation for SMEs & individuals.

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Litigation Funding

The cost of litigation needn't prevent you from enforcing your rights. It's possible to fund commercial litigation in an affordable and economically viable way.

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Commercial Claims

Occasionally commercial relationships go awry and can harm your business. In these situations, it's vital you enforce your legal rights.       

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Litigation Protection

There are many insurance products now available that can reduce, or remove, the costs of failing to win a commercial claim.

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  • Contracts, Business and Alcohol – not always a good mix Mike Ashley, Sports Direct boss and owner of Newcastle United football club, emerged victorious from a recent £15m High Court case over an alleged deal made in a pub. Investment banker Jeffrey Blue claimed that he and Ashley had agreed a verbal contract which would see Blue be entitled to a bonus based on the share price performance of retail giant Sports Direct.  Whilst Ashley admitted to making the offer, the very nature of the meeting, its setting (in a Pub) and the large amount of alcohol consumed, meant that it was quite clear that he wasn’t being serious. Read More