Taylor Law is a solicitors practice specialising in dispute resolution. Our focus is on Construction and Commerce for SME’s and private clients. We support our clients in any dispute they may face, including Construction and Property Disputes, Commercial Disputes, Debt Recovery and Insolvency. We accept appointments as Mediator, Expert Determiner, Adjudicator, or Arbitrator. Our drive for excellence in legal services is powered by people who like doing business.

As a client of Taylor Law you are assured that we will look after your interests.  From our head office in Rosyth, near Dunfermline (just minutes from the M90 and Edinburgh), we are positioned to work across Scotland and throughout the United Kingdom.

Taylor Law focuses on solutions that are commercial and cost effective. We tailor our services to our clients situations. We implement strategies, which will achieve the best available result for them. A conflict need not begin, or end in court. At Taylor Law we look at alternative dispute resolution forums, to develop the most effective package for you. We believe that this offers clients wiser outcomes, with significantly increased potential to avoid future dispute. The result is savings of time and money. Most importantly, the stress that conflict may cause can be reduced or avoided.

Ross Taylorthe principal of Taylor Law
Being a good solicitor is about much more than just knowledge. It’s about understanding our clients’ needs and getting to the outcomes that work.

Dispute Resolution Specialists

LITIGATION

In the sheriff court there is the Small Claims procedure for claims for payment,...
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DISPUTE AVOIDANCE

The most obvious method of doing so is to seek to ensure that the...
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NEGOTIATION

 It involves the parties, or their representatives seeking to resolve the dispute in a...
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MEDIATION

 It is about facilitating the parties to come to their own agreement.  Mediation can...
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ADJUDICATION

It usually takes between four and eight weeks.  It is akin to arbitration.  However,...
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EXPERT DETERMINATION

Again the parties can decide the procedure to be followed and can agree that...
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ARBITRATION

The parties may agree on the procedure to be followed, but otherwise the Arbitration...
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Articles & Updates [view all]

  • Ignore ADR at your peril

    The Court of Appeal in England and Wales last month sent another message that...
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  • New Guidance for Scottish...

    The Law Society in Scotland has issued new guidance to Scottish Solicitors about alternative...
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  • 15 years on – is ad...

    Adjudication as we know it today is located within Part II of the Housing...
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