Our success has been driven by the vision of our directors, the in-depth skill and knowledge of our lawyers and our collaborative ability to provide clients with the right commercial solutions whilst remaining several steps ahead of the competition.
We are particularly recommended for representing clients with significant and complex litigious issues. Our technical excellence and commercial insight has led to a 95% success rate of all litigious cases over several decades.
"Stripes is commended for its insight, quality and speed of service. " Legal 500, 2017
We listen to our clients and often exceed their expectations. Regular communication and progress reports are quintessential to providing our clients with the assurance we are delivering an expert and bespoke tailored service to attain their best result.
We offer clients exceptionally competitive rates, flexibility and choice. Cost transparency and control are essential prerequisites to developing a relationship built on trust. There are no surprises and our charging system will be explained clearly from the outset.
Hours of business
Our clients may need to contact us after the traditional end of business - 5pm.
We are available from 8am until 9pm and we will always respond to your call or email within 24 hours.
Our Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution department continues to achieve the status of being recommended in the Legal 500 as a leading firm with a “hands on involvement in cases” to commercial litigation.
We have the expertise to cater for all your recovery requirements across the board from optimising the recovery of non-defended claims to the relentless pursuit of litigated actions, often providing a no risk, no fee service.
The Employment department continues to achieve the status of being recommended in the 2016 edition of the Legal 500. We provide advice to a wide range of businesses on all aspects of the employment relationship.
Matthew Taylor, former aide to Tony Blair, in a recent government review of employment practices has suggested all work in the UK’s economy should be “fair and decent”. The report pays particular attention to the gig economy recommending the creation of a new category of worker, known as a ‘dependent contractor’, to provide additional rights […]