Find A Mediator - Who are our ADR officials and mediators?Details of our mediators are set out below: Contact Us: 0203 621 3908 OR 0782 796 1764 OR email@example.com
Find A Mediator For Consumer Disputes
ProMediate has a panel of over 50 qualified and experienced ADR officials to select from for consumer disputes.
Their full details will be provided upon appointment.
Our Civil and Commercial Mediators can be found at https://www.promediate.co.uk/who-we-are/find-a-mediator/
When a panel member is described as a fee paid judge this means that they are a member of the part time judiciary sitting as a judge in a Court or Tribunal. Training in distance mediation techniques is provided to all panel members.
We will always allocate an ADR Official/mediator to the dispute based upon their knowledge, expertise and experience in the area, such as dealing with lawyers’ complaints or OfCom complaints about postal or communications services.
General Consumer Disputes
All of our mediators are Civil Mediation Council Registered
Having spent many years litigating and having seen things from the judicial perspective, Peter is passionate about resolving disputes and so he set up ProMediate and Click2Resolve. Peter is an expert in professional indemnity law and is therefore heading up ProMediate’s Legal Complaints Service certified by CTSI to deal with complaints between lawyers and clients.
Boris is an accredited, independent commercial and civil mediator. As a solicitor, and partner of a law firm, Boris has extensive experience of civil and commercial disputes.
His attention to detail, together with his experience of running a business, makes him well suited to mediations where a deep understanding of financial matters and commercial considerations is important.
Before qualifying as a solicitor, Boris worked as a software engineer on large logistics and financial projects. He would, therefore, be ideal for disputes involving information technology.
Boris has a friendly, approachable style, and his enthusiasm for assisting parties to reach a negotiated settlement underpins his commitment to mediation.
Mike has extensive experience of mediating small claims and is an expert in the field of insurance and workplace mediation.
Nancy is particularly successful in rebuilding trust and relationships, moving people from a defensive resistant state to feeling safe and accepting change. She is adept at dealing with religious, national and cultural differences and sensitivities, enabling mutual understanding.
Experience of working in the medical sector, both private and NHS, as well owning her own printing business for many years.
Her natural people skills, polished by training as a nurse, midwife and coach, are supplemented by her investigative expertise and commercial experience. Nancy is happy to act either as a sole or co-mediator to ensure the most efficient and effective solution is found. Nancy also provides conflict coaching and training and facilitation.
Greg is a Solicitor and Partner at Fellowes Solicitors LLP and is certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a Circuit mediator. In a previous incarnation he has worked as a shipping clerk, controlling the import and export of goods by air, sea and land in the United Kingdom and overseas, so he is well placed to deal with disputes regarding overseas purchases.
Deputy District Judge, Social Entitlement Chamber
Debbie is a fee-paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal, Social Entitlement Chamber where the Tribunal determines issues in respect of benefits such as Employment Support Allowance and Disability Living Allowance. Appeal is the Upper Tribunal.
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Debbie is responsible for the quality of the student’s learning experience in the Business School, including the formulation of policies and procedures that deliver an inclusive, blended quality learning experience throughout the degree including the placement year. Responsible for the delivery of the schools strategic mission in respect of teaching and learning.
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