When to Mediate?

When to Mediate?

One of the main selling points of mediation is that it is cost effective, others include; confidentiality; discretionary; the parties control the outcome; quickness of process; opportunities to preserve ongoing relationships and the resolution can include wider...
Litigation/Arbitration/Mediation

Litigation/Arbitration/Mediation

Litigation is heavy duty and, according to at least one High Court Judge, arbitration is ’unwigged’ court proceedings: similar in terms of time and cost but the arbitrator doesn’t wear a wig (although some undoubtedly should!). What then with mediation: the 80:20 rule...
Mediation SOS: repairing & maintaining relationships

Mediation SOS: repairing & maintaining relationships

Where parties in dispute nevertheless wish to preserve their business relationship for the future, mediation will be a more effective and less acrimonious alternative to contested litigation. Indeed, the adversarial process, with its inevitable allegations and...

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