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What happens at a mediation?

Sarah Canning
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Mediation is a flexible process and the mediator will guide the parties through the process in a way to enable the parties the best possible opportunity of resolving their dispute. Whilst there is no set structure or order, there are some keys stages which...

Tough negotiations? Be creative and bring in a Mediator

Sarah Canning
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Tough negotiations? Be creative and bring in a Mediator Negotiations whether as part of a merger, an acquisition or a goods and services contract can involve challenging conversations particularly when the terms are being negotiated. With so much at...

Top 10 things to know about Business mediation

Sarah Canning
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What do you know about mediation? Did you k now that it is becoming much more prevalent when looking at alternative dispute resolution options and it is even being set as the first option by the Courts to come to an agreement prior to heading to Court to...

To mediate or not to mediate? That is the question

Sarah Canning
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The choice is yours. Decide how to settle a dispute on your terms or pass the decision to someone who doesn’t know anything about your business. What do you do? The majority of us would want to take control of our future and make a decision based upon...

To litigate or mediate?

Sarah Canning
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That is the question the Courts have firmly answered over recent years, resulting in solicitors having to advise their clients about the risks of failing to utilise alternative means of dispute resolution. Read on to find out more… Successful...