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Find a Mediator – Specialist Mediators for Your Dispute
Here you will find a list of our full panel of mediators for disputes over £10,000 for consumer disputes and over £50,000 for disputes involving professionals, which fall outside the directive schemes in these areas.
We always allocate a mediator to a case with experience, knowledge and expertise in the particular area.
We operate a fixed price mediation scheme for claims under 250K.
Details can be found at https://www.promediate.co.uk/promediate-charges/
Civil and Commercial Mediators - Senior Mediators
Jonathan has practised as a commercial litigator for over 30 years and has a wide-ranging experience of a variety of commercial disputes, with particular expertise in professional indemnity claims, insurance disputes and general contractual disputes. He also has experience of claims in the property and construction fields.
Peter is an experienced accredited mediator with over 100 civil and commercial mediations under his belt since qualifying in 2009. He has particular expertise in professional negligence claims and contract disputes, wills and trusts as well as property disputes. He is a registered mediator with the Civil Mediation Council Limited. He was a board member of the CMC for several years and ProMediate is a corporate board member of the CMC until January 2019. He is a member of the Court of Appeal Mediation Panel as well as having set up the Manchester Mediation Pilot with HMCTS.
Peter is an independent commercial and civil mediator and an accredited International Online Mediator. Peter is the founder of ProMediate and Click2Resolve which has been certified by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute to provide ADR to consumers in dispute with businesses throughout the UK. Peter has set up a Legal Complaints Service to deal with complaints about lawyers which is also certified under the ADR Directive.
Howard is a solicitor with over 40 years’ experience in the legal profession. In the early 1980’s he was one of the founding partners of Colman Coyle Solicitors based in central London. That firm has grown over the years to become a highly regarded multi-disciplinary practice.
At Colman Coyle he heads the Dispute Resolution Team and has extensive experience in acting for and advising a wide range of clients ranging from private individuals to FTSE 100 companies.
Howard has been involved in a very large number of mediations over the years. These have included small scale mediations with two private parties where relatively small sums are involved up to and including major group litigation involving hundreds of millions of pounds and multiple parties.
As a solicitor, his main areas of practice include professional negligence (with a particular emphasis on solicitor’s negligence and property/construction professionals), construction disputes and general commercial disputes, often with an international dimension.
Jeremy is an established Mediator with a relaxed and easy style. Disputes commonly generate tension, mistrust and a host of other obstacles. Jeremy helps participants overcome any nervousness, embark upon the process and arrive at the outcome they want or at least can live with. Some former adversaries will embrace with tears of joy.
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.
Avi is a civil and commercial mediator with over a decade of experience as a Solicitor, Advocate and Legal Costs Draftsman. He is able to perform impartial negotiations in legal disputes to efficiently reach settlement.
As a trained Solicitor, Avi excels at balancing a forensic approach with a pragmatic approach whilst always remaining objective in an effort to achieve a swift resolution.
His firm belief when resolving disputes is that it is not a matter of reaching a compromise or splitting the difference, but rather a matter of truly attaining the very best result for all participants.
My aim is to develop a rapport with all parties in the mediation process to thoroughly explore the issues, creating an open environment allowing the participants to reach a settlement. With my extensive experience as a negotiator and advocate, I am not afraid to challenge perceptions where necessary encouraging the participants to assess their own standpoints and reach a resolution.
Mike is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute, Chartered Insurance Practitioner and Accredited Mediator and has been settling insurance disputes for over 40 years. His broad range of experience working for well-known insurers, brokers, loss adjusters; and as a consultant to claimant and defendant solicitors has given him an all-round appreciation of the insurance claims process from a completely unbiased and independent perspective. As a mediator he deals with a variety of matters that bring him into personal contact with legal professionals representing their client’s interests as well as unrepresented parties who may have personal disputes or complaints where they believe they are simply not being listened to. He understands that emotions often run high and as a mediator offers a calming pragmatic approach with excellent communication skills. He has a flair for finding the common ground.
John is a civil and commercial dispute mediator.
Practising as a solicitor in the private sector and specialising in commercial litigation, John was a Partner in Addleshaw Goddard LLP, one of the UK’s leading commercial law firms, for over 25 years. He has advised across a range of commercial and professional disputes, representing clients in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, in tribunals and in both domestic and international arbitrations.
Now retired from the firm, John brings a wealth of experience of working with clients and their opponents to resolve their disputes, helping to achieve out of Court settlements in most cases.
John’s approach is to prepare thoroughly to ensure he understands the details of the dispute, to gain a good understanding of the interests and needs of the parties and to help formulate a strategy for navigating the dispute through to a clear conclusion.
For many years John has been rated in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners legal directories as a leading individual in his field, this year in Chambers as the “Eminent Practitioner” in the region.
He has attended numerous mediations and has an excellent track record of achieving successful settlements.
John is an Accredited Civil & Commercial Mediator, recognised by the Civil Mediation Council and the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority. He is also a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers’ Association. John sits as a trustee of two charities and has held non-executive director positions. He is also a Senior Adviser to the The Judge, a specialist litigation funding and insurance broking company based in London and New York.
John is married to Alison, with 3 grown up children. He enjoys many sports – both watching and participating – and has a keen interest in history.
David’s success rate for settling disputes at mediation is an impressive 86%!
As well as being a trained mediator David is a commercial litigation Solicitor with 30 years experience and one of the two founding partners in niche commercial firm, Chandler Harris. David has a calm and focused manner.
I am outcomes driven with a focus on getting the parties to a mutually acceptable settlement, if they can. I am empathetic, creative and proactive in moving things forward. Given my litigation experience I am aware of the impact that a trail can have on the parties and the interplay of legal costs on the overall dispute. I run my own business and so am aware of the issues involved in business and commerce.
Maz is a barrister and mediator. His practice areas include commercial, general civil and property matters. He was appointed by the Department for Constitutional Affairs as a mediation adviser to the Manchester Mediation Advice Scheme (launched in April 2004 as a pioneering scheme for Court mediation). He is featured in the approved Bar Council list of barrister mediators. He is also trained to undertake telephone mediation, online dispute resolution (ODR) and time limited mediations. He is a member of the Civil Mediation Council and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Maz has worked as an adjudicator for The Dispute Service (tenant deposit disputes) and has undertaken numerous seminars and presentations on a range of legal topics.
Ed is a highly experienced lawyer, business owner and mediator with a background of 20 years in civil litigation.
Specialising in all aspects of civil disputes, particularly large commercial disputes Ed is also experienced in neighbour disputes and family disputes involving contact and finance. Ed runs his own mediation practice and also runs workshops for other mediators his most recent being on inheritance disputes in a mediation setting.
Ed Considers that mediation should be the first port of call for anyone in ANY dispute not just those that traditionally “end up” at mediation.
In his role as consultant lawyer Ed regularly directs clients to other mediators knowing that mediation will save his clients time, money and stress.
Paul is a solicitor and has practised as a court lawyer and litigator since 1993.He is an accredited mediator registered with the Scottish Mediation Network and has a Masters degree in Mediation, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from the University of Strathclyde, the only University in the UK now providing such a post graduate course.He works all over the UK.
Lawrence has over 25 years’ general civil/commercial litigation experience. Using ideas from ‘Crucial Conversations’and Getting to Yes’ Lawrence considers that people can settle their differences and focus on commercial interests, not just positions. He uses a three-step settlement process: agreeing to mediate; preparing for the day; and reaching a settlement at mediation. Though here to help you to resolve the dispute as a facilitator and to persuade each other; evaluative mediation is also available. Lawrence can help you to identify and to achieve what you really need and stay in respectful dialogue. Disputes happen; it’s how you handle them that matters.
James is a qualified Costs Lawyer and Barrister specialising in Civil and Commercial Mediation. He regularly attends court and conducts high value Joint Settlement Meetings.
Following his transfer from the roll to the bar after ten years in the insurance industry, James brings with him a wealth of experience. Having handled a varied case load of complex matters from cradle to grave, James understands the needs of litigants and the importance of resolving disputes as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. James is well aware of what can happen when disputes rumble on and court intervention is required. He is a skilled mediator and has an excellent success rate.
Nancy has years of experience in helping individuals and organisations to avoid confrontations, and in calming and resolving highly emotional conflicts. Prior to setting up her own Consultancy her experience in the health sector, SMEs and third sector organisations developed her ability to help people change in difficult and emotional situations and gain an understanding of conflicts caused by clashing values as well as clashing interests. She 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.
Chris has been Senior Partner of the Birmingham office of one of the largest dispute resolution firms of solicitors in the UK for 24 years. He has been an Accredited Mediator with ADR Group since August 2001.
Chris is Treasurer of the Association of Midland Mediators.
“Chris has energy, empathy and inspirational insight into the issues that really matter”.
“Chris made it happen and achieved a result to the satisfaction of all”.
“Chris facilitated a settlement that saved my client money, time, stress and allowed both parties to continue their longstanding business relationship”.
Civil and Commercial Mediators - Junior Mediators
Adrian has evolved a system of removing ego and personality whilst negotiating complex issues and inventing objective gain for clients.
Because of Adrian’s background in the music industry, entertainment and business, he has the ability to assist all types of personalities and understand many different types of disputes.
He has been praised for his adaptability, tenacity and work ethic. He is known for his excellent communication skills and diplomacy, which are crucial to finding common ground for resolution. He has developed a reputation as a bridge builder and highly creative problem solver, allowing him to work well in all types of mediation.
Adrian has been praised for quickly putting parties at ease by establishing a warm and caring rapport in order to build a framework for on-going dialogue and compromise. Whether on a movie set mediating interpersonal disagreements, in a recording company negotiating return of masters or in a law firm negotiating settlement between litigants, Adrian prides himself on his even-handed demeanour, bringing calm to even the most emotionally charged disputes. His ability to help each side understand the other’s point of view breaks down natural barriers to resolution, building bridges toward compromise
Many aspects of my job involve mediation on a daily basis as settlement between Claimants and Defendants is still possible even once the matter gets to Court and, moreover, the District Judges much prefer matters to be settled if possible. A large number of LPC Law’s Clients are claimants to whom a debt is owed and it is my job to liaise with debtors at court as an intermediary on behalf of the Claimant so as to try and reach an amicable solution for both parties.
Called to the Bar in 1997, Lorraine Mensah first qualified as a solicitor in 1999. As a solicitor Lorraine ran an extremely demanding Immigration and Employment practice which involved all aspects of both areas of law and judicial review work. Lorraine was a participant in Liverpool Law Society committee work.
In 2002 Lorraine joined India Building chambers, in 2013 she joined St Johns Buildings Chambers and then in 2015 she joined Complete Counsel.
During her 13 years in chambers Lorraine’s practice expanded first into personal injury work and in the past five years into Professional Negligence.
Given the growing trend for alternative dispute resolution, particularly in the Clinical Negligence forum, Ana is a fully qualified mediator wiling to undertake Evaluative Mediation in the fields of Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury and Employment Law and Facilitative Mediation in all areas of dispute.
An experienced commercial litigation solicitor with expertise in professional negligence claims. Articulate, charming and focused. Has an instinctive understanding of client needs and is solution oriented.
Karishma has a considerate and understanding approach, which instils confidence in those with whom she works. Her analytical skills are impressive, yet she also demonstrates great creativity in her thinking which makes for a powerful combination. Karishma is eloquent and delivers her thoughts in a structured and well-reasoned way. Being focused and goal orientated, she uses her energy to quickly move discussions along to hone in on exploring potential solutions with parties.
Lee is a Security Cleared mediator who has been trained and practices in civil, commercial, work place, community and family mediation. He has been associated in conflict resolution for many years within business having worked in HM Forces, IT, Construction and Equine industries where he has developed a calming and proactive approach to problem resolution. Lee’s interpersonal skills and personality equips him to interact with all parties involved, putting them at ease and instilling a positive energy into the mediation. Lee has presented to International Mediators from around the globe on a number of mediation issues.
Lee is a keen motorcyclist and holds a private pilots license. He is also studying Law at Open University. He is a member of the Civil Mediation Council.
Lee is willing to mediate any dispute that may arise, ranging across a wide range of issues in all the practice areas that he is Accredited.
Gemma is a fully accredited civil and commercial mediator and a firm believer in the advantages of mediation.
Having had first-hand experience of Court litigation Gemma has an extensive knowledge of the litigation process, its drawbacks and why settlement possibilities need to be explored throughout the process, and having seen how protracted and costly litigation can be, Gemma is passionate about mediation as an alternative resolution process.
Gemma has an approachable nature and invaluable interpersonal skills giving her the ability to communicate even in the most difficult situations. Gemma is a firm believer in the advantages of mediation. Gemma is a firm believer in the advantages of mediation
Claire has extensive experience in different sectors including the not for profit, central government, and private sector. Her qualifications in law, finance and business have given her the ability to lead and develop complex contracts. She has developed effective negotiation skills which allow her to identify and de-escalate risks to create commercially viable and robustly sustainable solutions that protect and develop all parties.
Based in Australia as a Founder/Director of Gravitas HR consulting niche management consultancy working in partnerships with UK , US , and Asia Pacific partners.
An accredited Interpersonal & Workplace Mediator with 13 years cross industry expertise
Key specialism HR business transformation, leadership development, occupational profiling, Diversity & Inclusion, ER/IR;
Employment law and Human rights (includes EQ/I& Unconscious bias);
cross cultural diversity, organisational development & training.
Tamara is able to conduct international online mediations between UK and Australian parties.
As well as an accredited mediator Dianne is a Senior HR Consultant with experience working with SME and large organisations. Dianne has public and private sector experience coupled with a background working within the online/IT arena. Dianne has an enthusiastic and balanced approach that enables her to operate senior level.
Olga is a Greek lawyer who is also an accredited ADR Group Mediator, trained in the UK. She is an appellate lawyer and founding partner of Tsiptse Law Firm in Thessalonika. She is a family and commercial mediator.
Olga is authorised to deal with disputes between parties in Greece through the EU Platform and ProMediate.
All of our mediators are qualified and registered with the Civil Mediation Council as well as having professional indemnity insurance.
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