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Why go to mediation instead of Court? Take Back Control!

The quarterly statistics for the justice system this week showed that it is taking longer to get to trial: In April to June 2019, it took an average of 36.6 weeks between a small claim being issued and the claim going to trial, 2.7 weeks longer than in the same period...

Why use workplace mediation?

What is workplace mediation? Workplace mediation is the process when a mediator facilitates a discussion between individuals to find a mutual resolution. Our mediators are professionally trained, independent and impartial. Workplace mediation normally takes place when...

The Future of Online Business Mediation Services

It is not entirely uncommon for disputes to arise between two or more parties during a business transaction. Not only can such circumstances be quite frustrating from a logistical point of view, but they may also cost the associated stakeholders a significant amount...

Why use a workplace mediator?

As its name suggests, this term refers to the use of mediation to resolve conflict in the workplace. In this, the first of a series of three articles, I will set out what mediation is and how workplace mediation work. In later articles I will deal with the following:...

Quotation

“I think history will in due course favour the view articulated so clearly last night by [Sir Oliver Letwin] that a threat to commit an act of self harm if your counterparts in a negotiation do not do exactly as you wish is not exactly likely to be an effective or...