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Court punishes party for refusing to mediate

In the latest decision on the issue of refusing to mediate the Court has once again reiterated that a party who refuses to mediate can be penalised in legal costs. This was an employment contract case involving two defendants where one defendant relied upon the...

Open for mediation! Ready to mediate after lockdown?

The message mediators are sending out is that we are open for business and ready to mediate whether it be online by telephone. The jury is out as to whether it is now possible to mediate in person. Some courts are holding jury trials again, but attendance is a legal...

Time to Mediate – Online or by phone

Now is a perfect time to try to resolve difficult disputes online or by telephone whilst the Courts are largely closed outside London. We can organise remote mediations with very little notice and mediate for you. You can wave goodbye to frustrating Court delays and...

Cross border mediation in a post Brexit World

Hey here’s a fascinating article you cannot miss: https://www.lawsocieties.eu/main-navigation/cross-border-mediation-in-a-post-brexit-world-by-peter-causton/6000992.article

Three reasons to mediate during the Coronavirus lockdown

We may all be in lockdown but it doesn’t mean our cases stand still! We need to move them forward. One way to do this is to mediate. How, you ask, when we can’t meet? Answer: mediate online or by telephone. Everyone is doing it! Even Parliament is meeting via Zoom and...