How To Choose A Mediator?

How To Choose A Mediator?

The increasing recognition that mediation has significant advantages over other dispute resolution options, inevitably leads to an increase in demand for mediators. In alignment with economic principles an increase in demand results in a supply increase and the...
When to Mediate?

When to Mediate?

One of the main selling points of mediation is that it is cost effective, others include; confidentiality; discretionary; the parties control the outcome; quickness of process; opportunities to preserve ongoing relationships and the resolution can include wider...
Litigation/Arbitration/Mediation

Litigation/Arbitration/Mediation

Litigation is heavy duty and, according to at least one High Court Judge, arbitration is ’unwigged’ court proceedings: similar in terms of time and cost but the arbitrator doesn’t wear a wig (although some undoubtedly should!). What then with mediation: the 80:20 rule...