Paul Herbert

Disputes & Litigation Solicitor

Equine Law

As a specialist litigation and dispute lawyer, I bring a wealth of experience to help clients with their disputes.

Paul Herbert Burnett Barker

How I can help:

Employment Disputes
- Unfair Dismissal
- Age discrimination
- Contracts of Employment
- Settlement Agreements
- Minimum Wage Agreements

Property Disputes
- Adverse Possession
- Forfeiture
- Breach of Covenants
- Easements
- Landlord & Tenant Disputes
- Neighbour Disputes
- Border Disputes

Other Services
Personal Injury
Defamation and Slander
Trading Disputes
Partnerships & Shareholder Disputes

No dispute is ever the same and I enjoy working closely with clients to establish what the situation is, how they believe it has occurred and what they would like to achieve as a resolution.

I act for organisations and individuals in a range of dispute resolution and other litigation matters.

With over 25 years’ experience in business before becoming a lawyer, I have personal knowledge of the issues faced by businesses day-in and day-out, so I can offer realistic advice to clients to help them decide how to cost-effectively resolve their issues, with personal knowledge of the implications.

My expertise and passion lie in understanding the issues faced by a client and working with them to explain how we can handle the issue and what approaches we can take to resolve the situation.

Clients are continually updated during each stage of the process and I believe that this enables them to make informed decisions, leading to better outcomes for all parties.

We avoid litigation where we can. Our face-to-face, lawyer-led working practices help us to identify issues and navigate to a settlement for the best possible outcome for our clients.

 

Contact Paul

01284 701131

In the office I am supported by:

Angela Dellavalle Secretary Burnett Barker

Angela Dellavalle

Legal Secretary

Articles by Paul

rental property human habitation

Is your rental property fit for human habitation?

By Paul Herbert | August 5, 2019

New legislation designed to safeguard the standard of residential rental properties has recently come into effect, holding landlords to account for the state of accommodation let to tenants.

my new horse isn't fit for purpose - what can I do?

New horse not what you expected? Your rights explained

By Paul Herbert | February 25, 2019

Is your new horse fit for purpose? Buying a horse should be an exciting and fun time and in most cases it is. However sometimes you don’t get what you believed you were buying. Read on to find out about your legal rights. Rights for “Consumer” Buyers In 2015 the law changed with the introduction…